Enter our awesome autumn giveaways! Take a look at what you can win courtesy of Army&You!

We have sourced some fabulous prizes for this autumn’s Army&You. If you’re a British army family, regular or reserve, just open the form, choose as many giveaways as you would like to enter, complete your details and submit!

One entry per household per giveaway. Closing date for entries is 5 November 2023. Your details will not be used for marketing purposes. Winners’ names will be published here. These prizes are open to anyone with a soldier in their life – please read our full terms and conditions.

Poetry in motion

Jennifer Mary Jones is a poet and military wife whose first book, Poetry Songbook, is being published this autumn.

A poetry journal, it is designed to fill you with inspiration. By helping you create your own poetry as you read, it enables you to experience becoming a writer yourself.

Jennifer wrote the poem Solidarity from the Sky, which features in her book, after her husband took part in a military parachute jump into Ukraine in autumn 2020 to show solidarity to the Ukrainian people. She says: “I am so proud of him and in awe of what he does in life. He is so full of courage, determination, and dedication to his work. He who dares…”

Three lucky readers will win a copy of Poetry Songbook, available from 10 October via heartmindsoldier.yoga.

Poignant tribute 

Jacqueline Hurley is one of the country’s foremost Remembrance artists. Her powerful and poignant work is her tribute to our heroes in the armed forces and a remembrance to all those fallen and injured in past campaigns.

Her work has been exhibited at the National Memorial Arboretum and the Royal Albert Hall for the Festival of Remembrance. Since 2014, her artwork has helped to raise more than £290,000 for military charities.

She also designs beautiful Remembrance accessories, and one lucky reader could win an umbrella and scarf worth £65.

To see more of her work visit poshoriginalart.co.uk

Artistic talents

In this edition’s book club with Reading Force, Aden, Lukas and Conrad give us their thoughts on Art is Everywhere by Joe Haddow and Ellie Hawes. It’s all about art being all around us and it’s safe to say our young reviewers gave it a big thumbs up. Have you read it? What did you think? Tell us @armyandyou #bookclub

Click here and you could win a copy of Art is Everywhere, plus a Reading Force scrapbook.





Cute confetti

As a Royal Signals spouse, Gabriella Mitchell created Signet Confetti out of the necessity to generate an income while balancing postings, exercises and childcare… a challenge that so many military spouses face!

Signet Confetti is a zero-waste confetti company which takes floristry and local flower waste, giving it a new lease of life as beautiful confetti and wedding favours, neatly packaged in elegant, personalised glassine bags.

One lucky bride or bridegroom can win 10 fully personalised packets of confetti.

To find out more head over to Facebook or Instagram @signetconfetti.

Cotswold charm

Nestled in the charming Cotswold countryside, Barnsley House was once home to revered garden designer Rosemary Verey.

Her legacy carries on today with the grounds being a classic example of an English country garden that evolves with the seasons.

With knot gardens, statues by Simon Verity and a working kitchen garden that supplies much of the produce found on the menus at The Potager restaurant and village pub, The Boot, there are four acres of carefully tended grounds to amble through and discover.

You could win a champagne afternoon tea for two at Barnsley House, worth £90. barnsleyhouse.com

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