Friday, 15 May 2015

Swimshop £25 giveaway!

Today I have a lovely giveaway for you to get you ready for the summer, a £25 voucher for Swimshop one of the leading swimming costume retailers in the UK. 

SwimShop have been in the swimwear business longer than any other UK swimming shop. They are headed up by an Olympic Finalist and are now the Swim Specialists at Sports Direct, the UK’s largest sports retailer. Their passion and product range begins with encouraging little tots to love learning to swim, to equipping the next generation's budding athletes with the correct swimwear and on to meeting the needs of the world's elite swimmers.


You may have noticed via several post's on the blog lately that we are big swimming fans! Both James and Evelyn attend regular lessons and we often swim together on a weekend. Its one of those activities that is not only fun for all but it can also save your life!

A part of swimming is finding decent swimwear to wear when you go. As an adult I often feel self conscious in a swimming costume so a good quality, pretty swimming costume does wonders for my confidence. James loves picking out his swimming shorts too and there are lots of bright, fun designs out there for kids now.


So I have this giveaway for you. You can enter below using the Rafflecopter form and 1 lucky winner will be chosen at random to win a £25 voucher to spend on anything from the Swimshop website. The giveaway is open to UK residents only and a winner will be chosen from all entries that have been completed successfully within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.

Enter here -

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway will run from 15/05/2015 - 05/06/2015 a winner will be chosen at random using the rafflecopter application. The giveaway is open to UK residents only. The prize will be supplied by Swimshop and once a winner is picked the winners details will be passed on to Swimshop to arrange your prize. 

68 comments:

  1. I didn't learn to swim until I was about 11 when we had swimming classes at school. We would go to the local swimming baths as a class. It was like a day out, I used to love it! :) x

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  2. I remember having swimming lessons with my school and our swimming teacher was called Mr Hook! He was pretty scary and we all had to stand at the side of the pool at the start of each lesson and jump in on the count of three! It was always cold!

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  3. Learning in our local pool with my sister

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  4. not a good one, i was jumping into my rubber ring from steps in the sea and almost died by missing the ring once

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    1. Oh no I always get really on edge about the kids who are so close to the sea whenever we are at the beach! Do you enjoy swimming now? x

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  5. my friend having to save me as i sunk to the bottom as i couldn't swim at the time

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    1. Oh no I am glad your friend was their to help! Do you enjoy swimming now? x

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  6. Going swimming with the school when I was about 9 years old and feeling embarrassed because I couldn't swim.

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  7. Diving for coins under the water when I was around five and away on holiday in Turkey!

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  8. learning to swim at primary school

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  9. Going on school swimming lessons when I was about 8, I hated it, so made sure I have taken my kids from a early age so they love it

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  10. When I was about 7/8 I went swimming with the school! And did so for the whole year!

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  11. Going to the local swimming pool every Tuesday night with my dad

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  12. learning to dive on holiday

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  13. My mum throwing me back into the water & me going under & hating it!

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  14. on holidays my dad trying to teach me in the pool!

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  15. Having a Honey Monster float.

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  16. Swimming on my mums back when i was young she was swishing me around in the water and i was laughing away :)

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  17. My mum or dad throwing me up in the pool and catching me xx

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  18. Swimming with school in a very small pool...

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  19. Been forced to swim a length as they had confused me with another girl in my class - needless to say I nearly drowned

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  20. on holiday in turkey when i was 15 and my older brother taught me how to swim

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  21. Feeling like i was drowning when i slipped off the beach ball x

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  22. Getting my red badge at school x

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  23. My step dad teaching me how to swim in Cyprus :-)

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  24. at school in swimming lessons pretending i was swimming but i was walking across the pool x

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  25. my dad use to take us swimming every Thursday xx

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  26. being scared to get in the pool in the first place!

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  27. being pushed in my by swimming instructor

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  28. In the pool on holiday in spain with my dad

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  29. A horrible swimming instructor that dunked u with a stick!!

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  30. Having to jump off a diving board when my sister had got scared

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  31. Swimming (i.e. bobbing about) in the local baby pool with my mum.

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  32. My grandad taking me swimming - leanne w

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  33. I remember my brother throwing me in the deep end and I thought I might drown

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  34. Going to High Street Baths on a Saturday morning

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  35. Finally being able to swim in Singapore

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  36. Learning to swim in Wrexham baths

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  37. my dad saying if I don't get in he will throw me in.

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  38. In my parents pool in our back yard

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  39. I can remember going to lessons with primary school!

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  40. Been thrown in off my Auntie when first had armbands off as I wouldnt jump in!!

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  41. I remember going to a swimming pool with a mushroom climb on thing in it and a slide that I was a bit scared of

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  42. I always remember that horrible veruca bath we had to walk through at the school swimming baths before we could swim, it was freezing!

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  43. My first memory of swimming is not a good one, it is of being thrown in the pool by an adult who thought it was funny, I didn't!

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  44. Those stupid swimming lessons when I was younger

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  45. I remember having to do a length underwater... my nose started bleeding (without my knowledge) and I ended up leaving a blood trail behind me... I have never been underwater since!

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  46. I was one of the last in my class to learn to swim (and now I love swimming). I finally learnt to swim in the summer holidays in Ibiza aged 7.

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  47. My Dad took me to the pool when I was 5 and I just jumped in and started swimming. I gave him the fright of his life at first.

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  48. Going to swimming lessons with my sister

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  49. I was at Busbury Baths and the swimming teacher was well known for being a dragon! I was pushed to the front and made to get in… surprisingly I was the best in the class and she gave me a smile and was lovely to me! She was vile to the rest of the class though!

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  50. Being thrown in the water by a scary swimming instructor. I never did learn

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  51. I remember my Grandma taking me swimming when my mum was at work she learned me to swim when i was 5 in the local swimming pool

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  52. Earliest memory is swimming a length in pyjamas.

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  53. My headmaster holding me on my back because I was scared.

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  54. swimming with my parents :)

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  55. I remember r swimming in Great Yarmouth

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  56. At my first school, can still remember the smell of changing rooms!

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  57. We all swam from an early age, so one of my earliest memories was of a christmas party swim at the club we went to

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  58. swimming lessons in school time at the local pool

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  59. Mine was actually at Westward Ho! beach surfing

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  60. getting my 25 metre swimming certificate when i was 9

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  61. I have two memories, both involve ending up stuck underwater and it lead to me not wanting to swim until I was 8!

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  62. sitting on my dads back as he gave me a ride around the pool. every so often he would do a mini dive and id get closer to getting dunked under water :)

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