WE HAVE sourced some fantastic prizes for this winter’s Army&You. If you’re a British Army family, click here to view the entry 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 31st March 2019 unless otherwise stated. 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.
Built for extreme conditions, the DOOGEE S80 is a smartphone strong enough to take on the outdoors. Waterproof, dustproof and shockproof, this hardwearing handheld device is also a walkie-talkie – perfect for when your activities take you ‘out of range’.
Wherever your adventures lie, stay in touch with a super long-lasting battery and a 16 mega-pixel Samsung front camera to capture life’s moments.
In 1940 at a Nazi war camp in Poland, Antony Coulthard, a privately-educated son of wealthy parents, and Fred Foster, the son of a bricklayer, struck up an unlikely friendship that lead to one of the most daring and remarkable wartime escape stories ever told.
They hatched a plan to walk out of the camp, board a train and head into the heart of Nazi Germany – which is precisely what they did.
The Soldier Who Came Back, written by Fred’s son Steve after he discovered the details of their escape in a suitcase after his dad died, is available in hardback (£16) and paperback (£9), published by Mirror Books.
Introducing Nuevo Club, a premium men’s streetwear brand created for individuals with an eye for style.
With the latest on-trend designs, its high-quality t-shirts, tracksuits, jeans and hoodies are the perfect way to upgrade your wardrobe.
Join ‘the club’ and find your next clothing essentials.
FEAR NAUGHT is a clothing and accessories range from military charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
With 100 per cent of the profits from sales going back into helping the charity continue its wonderful work for bereaved military children.
If finding cool party ideas for your little one puts you in a spin, look no further than Dizzy Rhino for a kit that provides hours of fun.
Created by Army wife Laura Steptoe, each pack is suitable for kids aged 7-14 and caters for six people, from the ‘Make Me’ party box, perfect for hands-on youngsters, to the ‘Eat Me’ kit filled with quality ingredients ideal for mini cake lovers.
You’ll also receive thank you cards, party bags, invites and more to make their event even more memorable.
Create fun family memories at Drayton Manor Park, home of Thomas Land as well as an onsite four-star hotel, 4D cinema, 15-acre zoo and a theme park with more than 100 fantastic attractions.
Thomas Land features more than 25 Thomas & Friends character rides from the much-loved books and TV series. Check out draytonmanor.co.uk
The Army v Navy rugby match is a sell-out yet again in 2019. Didn’t get your hands on a ticket? Don’t despair! You can still be part of the 80,000-strong crowd at Twickenham on Saturday 4 May, as two lucky Army&You readers will win a family ticket to the Babcock Trophy clash.
Each family ticket allows two adults and two children access to all the rugby matches at the stadium as well as the day’s entertainment.
In this edition’s Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, three Forces youngsters and their mums do a little letter reading with Dragon Post, by Emma Yarlett, a fun, interactive story of a boy called Alex and his dragon friend.
Check out page 46 to read their reviews.
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