Summer Competition – Prize 17

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It’s a summer competition so I thought I should include something that you might like to play with!



Ha ha! Basically, one winner will get the “world’s smallest kite” plus two folding frisbies – great for fun outdoors (or in when the weather is pants!).

Please note these prizes are branded.

How to Enter

Another entry by comment today please – this is your question to ponder:

Where is your favourite park?

You have until 8pm this evening (Tuesday) to post your comment on this post below.

How to Win

The winner will be chosen at random from all entries.

Don’t forget to refer to the general rules of the Splodz Blogz Summer Competition which are posted here:

If you follow me on Twitter please feel free to include your Twitter name in your comment so I can say hi if you win!

17 Responses

  1. Ellen Stafford

    Alexandra Park – Bath. Not many people know about it but it’s lovely. It over looks the city of Bath. The view is amazing.


  2. Carol-Anne

    The south inch at Perth – it’s stunning and the River Tay runs alongside it.

  3. @kohsamui14

    I have to say Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Kent
    Does it count as a Park?
    Sissinghurst is the magical creation of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson.
    It inspired me to create my own ‘white’ garden many years ago

  4. Catherine Harris

    Hartsholme Park, Lincoln is my favourite park that’s local to me. There’s a beautiful lake full of wildlife, including herons, a safe playarea for the chidren, lots of lovely walks, a cafe, green spaces, activities for the children in the holidays…there really is something for everyone, and my daughters and I only live round the corner 🙂

  5. Beverley

    Wollaton Park in Nottinghamshire. Not only do you have the Wollaton Hall museum, the park has an adventure playground, a lived-in lake where you can feed the ducks but best of all, free-roaming reindeer. A few years ago, police were amazed (and a little dubious!) on Christmas Eve to receive a call saying a reindeer was stuck in the nearby hospital subway. Suspecting a Christmas Eve drunken prankster, they checked it out anyway and found on of Wollaton’s reindeer had escaped and was indeed in the subway!

    twitter name bev_metallica

  6. Yvonne Crossland

    Roundhay Park at Leeds, it’s HUGE!!! Or Greenhead Park in Huddersfield is a bit easier to get to.

  7. iola jones

    i would have 2 say eirias park in colwyn bay north wales… such a lovely place! there is lots to do including a model boat pond, pedalos for childre/adults, park, a bowls area + golf area, lovel to just stroll around and also a fantastic view of the coast from the top of @#’tellytubby hill’ as its called around here lol

    twitter name @iolaxx

  8. Russell Turner

    Richmond Park in South West London or Surrey. A vast natural terrain with roaming deer, cycling, fishing, golf. The perfect place to escape the City on a Summer evening. It even has 3 dedicated kiting areas!

  9. Stewart

    Central Park, NYC. It’s huge and because of that it has loads of variety. It feels like lots of little parks all joined together… And all right in the middle of the world’s best city (apart from Glasgow obviously).

  10. Deborah

    mine would have to be in Shrewsbuy. Theres a gorgeous walk along the river, some great little pubs and then a huge park. The center of the park has an amazing flower garden with a huge central pond and loads of benches. This its an awar winning garden and i’m suprised, its beautiful

  11. tracey

    i would have to say stewarts park in middlesbrough plenty of open space for the kids to play and for us to have a picnic in

  12. Andrea Barber

    I’m gonna have to say fearns field in Cromer. It was a tiny park round the corner from the house we used to live in. There was a football pitch and some swings, slides, seesaws, and roundabouts. A kids park really. But it has so many memories. My kids going from the baby swims to the ‘big’ ones, meeting their mates their and both of them learnt to ride their bikes their.

  13. Laura Hadland

    I like Bradgate Park in Leicester – it’s where I always go for a walk as I can get there from my house in 30 minutes or so and there are lovely deer there!

  14. dan

    Love my local ‘riverside’ park but fave would not technically be a park. It’s tankerton slopes near whitstable. Wonderful place! (Caldjr)

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