Enter our wonderful winter giveaways! Take a look at what you can win courtesy of Army&You!
We have sourced some fabulous prizes for this winter’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 12 February 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.
Experience the joys of a break spent exploring Britain’s beautiful canals with Anglo Welsh, the narrowboat holiday company. From rural retreats to exciting waterside city centres, Anglo Welsh offers the choice of over 160 boats from 11 bases across England and Wales.
Moor up in the centre of a host of destinations like Stratford-upon-Avon, Birmingham, Chester, Coventry or Oxford. Or visit iconic sites like the UNESCO World Heritage Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in North Wales, or the Anderton Boat Lift in Cheshire, for a wonderful holiday afloat. You don’t need to be an expert, tuition is provided as part of the package and Anglo Welsh’s holidays are child and pet-friendly too.
Service personnel can claim up to 15 per cent off, visit anglowelsh.co.uk or call 0117 304 1122 to book.
Enter here to be in with a chance of winning a short break aboard a ‘Weir Class’ narrowboat for up to four people, worth up to £880.
Prize open to serving regular or reserve families only. Short breaks can be weekend (3 nights) or midweek (4 nights). The Weir Class narrowboat can be booked from Anglo Welsh’s Trevor, Great Haywood, Bunbury, Oxford, Wootton Wawen, Tardebigge or Whixall bases only, and must be from price band B. The holiday can be taken any time in 2023, subject to availability. Anglo Welsh’s terms and conditions for hirers can be found at https://www.anglowelsh.co.uk/about-us/terms-and-conditions/. No other discounts or offers can run in conjunction. A winner wishing to book a bigger or more luxurious boat, can top up at their own expense. Up to one pet, fuel and a compulsory £50 non-refundable damage waiver are included, but no other expenses are included. Prizes are not transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash.
Reusables never looked so good with SHO’s range of stylish bottles and flasks. SHO believes reusables should be accessible to all, whatever your budget, and with simple and sleek designs in a choice of colours and sizes, you can be kind to the environment in style.
All of SHO’s products have been formulated with vacuum technology to keep your food and drink piping hot or cold for hours. So, whether you are going out for the day, need to refresh on your commute or heading to the gym, there’s a SHO product for you – shoreuseable.com
We’ve got a bundle of SHO’s best selling products for a lucky winner – the Original 2.0 bottle, Food Flask, Calix coffee cup and Pacto tumbler – enter here.
In this edition’s Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, service youngsters Eden and Lilah tell us what they thought of Seagulls Don’t Eat Sorbet: The First Adventure. It’s the debut book in a series by reservist Babs Vinden-Cantrell, whose writing career took off as she completed her long service in the regulars.
See page 62 of winter A&Y to find out what our reviewers thought of the book and enter here to be in with a chance of winning a copy, plus a Reading Force scrapbook.
Gatcombe Candle Co. was born in Shropshire in 2018 by Nicola whilst her husband Dave was serving in the army. When he retired in 2021 after 24 years’ service, he joined Nicola to help the company grow. “We hope you enjoy our products as much as we love making them,” she says.
Her philosophy from the outset was to create products which are elegant, luxurious and with long-lasting fragrances. Gatcombe Candle Co. is stocked in independent shops and salons around the country, and of course you can buy online too – claim 10 per cent off using ARMY10 at the checkout.
You could win a £50 voucher to spend at gatcombecandleco.co.uk by clicking here.
Annie Beau Accessories’ beautiful range is made from carefully selected quality fabrics, for children and adults – all handmade to order by military spouse Suzanne Kavanagh – you can read more about her story on page 65 of the winter edition.
During the pandemic, Suzanne started making re-usable face masks for other military families. To make them more enjoyable to wear, she created matching headbands and hair bows, which have since become the main focus of her business.
We’ve teamed up to offer three lucky winners a £20 gift voucher each – choose any products in the current range, or treat a friend – just click here to enter!
A&Y readers can also claim 10 per cent off with code AFF10 at anniebeau.com until 28 February 2023.