Giveaway: Win A Foxy Pants Game From Drumond Park

I am delighted to be able to spread the Christmas cheer and bring you another fantastic Drumond Park giveaway on Manchester Mummy.

Drumond Park games are a huge hit in our house and do make for the perfect gift to give children this Christmas. Manchester Mummy is giving away a Foxy Pants game, perfect for children over the age of 4 years and a great family game to play. Will you be able to outsmart the foxy fox and rescue all the chickens in his pockets… and by doing so also beat your opponents?

A game of skill, speed and quick thinking… ‘catch the fox and save the flock!’

Win a Foxy Pants Game

Decorating the fox and the dice with the included stickers before the game can commence is a fun way to build up anticipation for the game, before the fun commences! Make sure you position the game in an area with lots of space, as the 21 chickens will escape all over!

The game starts by preparing the fox by simply lifting up the fox’s arms, turning him upside down and pulling out the cloth pants. Pull these up over the fox’s body and push the fox’s arms back down until they click back in place and stand the fox in the middle of the table.

The player who can give the best chicken impression starts the game, so make sure you have your video ready for the occasion! Roll the dice to see how many chickens you need to place in the fox’s cloth pockets. Then press the fox’s head down until a clicking noise is heard, if nothing happens then the game continues with the next player.

When the fox is ready to unleash the chicken, his trousers will whip back when his head has been pressed enough times and all the chickens will escape around you. Be the first player to fill your coop (game card with 5 spaces for chickens) and claim your spot as the Foxy Pants game winner!

Win a Foxy Pants Game

The Foxy Pants Game is fun and fast paced, and laughter is guaranteed! A proper treat and a fantastic Christmas Gift idea and for family fun on the big day and beyond! With so few parts, it’s easy to clear up and keep tidy with the added bonus that batteries are not required!

The Foxy Pants game has an RRP of £22.99 and is available to buy from Amazon and toy retailers such as Smyths.

For your chance to win a copy of the Foxy Pants game from Drumond Park, simply enter using the Gleam form below and don’t forget to answer the question by leaving a blog comment!

Foxy Pants Giveaway Manchester Mummy

Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 2nd December 2018.
One winning entry will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending and a UK postal address to send to the official agent to arrange delivery of the prize will be required by the winners.
The one winner will receive 1 X Foxy Pants Game from Drumond Park.
Open to entrants in the UK only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.

204 comments

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    A traditional turkey dinner with Brussels sprouts etc. My mam always makes a trifle too, so I’ll have a bowl of that. Oh an some chocolates and homemade gingerbread men (as I am not keen on Christmas cake or mince pies!)

  2. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    Turkey ham and lamb and all the trimmings – hugh family and we’re never quite sure how many family members will make it – nothing goes to waste

  3. Jodie a Green says:

    As long as i get my mince pies im happy!! We always have a traditional roast followed by Christmas pud with brandy sauce

  4. Alana Walker says:

    We always have bacon sandwiches and bucks fizz on Christmas morning, followed by the traditional Christmas dinner later on. Plus lots of chocs in between!x

  5. LISA EVERAERT says:

    Roast Turkey and Roast Beef with all the trimmings as some dont like Turkey too much. For me, pigs in blankets are what i look forward too.

  6. Shelley Jessup says:

    I love stuffing with turkey so lots of that for me! We do have chocolates with our coffee mid afternoon & always champagne is flowing on Christmas day!

  7. Alice Dixon says:

    I’m cooking, we’ll be having a big roast dinner with a few different meats and a range of desserts too. Then crisps, nibbles and crackers and cheese for tea later in the evening.

  8. Nina says:

    All the trimmings with the turkey are our treats…pigs in blankets, cauliflower cheese, cranberry sauce….hungry just thinking about it!!!

  9. laura milton says:

    We always have a turkey roast dinner with all the trimmings but we do start the morning with tea and toast and of course a couple of treats from selection boxes!

  10. Helen Tovell says:

    A traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings with steam sponge for pudding as not all of us like Christmas pudding

  11. Helen Porter says:

    nothing exciting really just a roast dinner with my favourites pigs in blankets and sausage meat my favourite meal of the year!

  12. Linda McGarrigle says:

    We will be having Turkey drumsticks chips and beans lol no lie, the kids just wont go near the big christmas dinner, they will however devour trifle and gateaux at an astonishing rate lol

  13. Samantha Duffield says:

    Got to be a huge Xhristmas dinner and maybe chocolate. I’m on a night shift 7pm-7am Christmas Eve into Christmas Day so hope i’m in the mood for food and not too tired!

  14. Keith Hunt says:

    We will have the meal on boxing day as the wife is on duty with filters of different meats and vegetern bits as the family are a pain.

  15. Katrina Adams says:

    We start off with a full English breakfast in the morning and then a late lunch, which will be a traditional Turkey dinner and loads of veg. In the evening we normally just snack on whatever we fancy. I can’t wait!

  16. Lyndsey Cooksey says:

    Not so much particular treats, more like our traditions! We always have a cherry coke ham with turkey, a date and walnut Christmas pudding and have to have brandy snaps! Have done for many years!

  17. Megan Williams says:

    We normally go for salmon and eggs for breakfast and of course the turkey dinner as well as any other goodies possible before being completely stuffed!

  18. Sandra Foreman says:

    This year having a meal out with family will be nice to all be able to relax instead of running around, will definitely make sure the people who are serving will be treated

  19. Debbie Finnerty says:

    We have pancakes and muffins for breakfast then the traditional turkey & trimmings with a cake or trifle for after. Later in the evening we have a cheese board it is just pure gluttony!

  20. Isabell Whitenstall says:

    We will be going to our sons at Christmas and he hasn’t decided what we will be having for christmas lunch yet. His wife always does us scrambled egg and salmon for breakfast though

  21. stephen holman says:

    we’ll have a traditional roast dinner – apart from we prefer chicken to turkey.

    and pigs in blankets are my favourite part!

  22. Christina Palmer says:

    Roast turkey, roasted potatoes, Brussels, carrots, Yorkshire’s, parsnips but no pigs in blankets for me. Oh yes of course stuffing ( forgot that one)

  23. Emma Fox says:

    We will be having a traditional turkey Christmas dinner. As we don’t like Christmas pudding we will be having a chocolate cake and cheese and biscuits 🙂

  24. Karen K says:

    We are going to family so not sure what will be for Christmas Dinner, but I’m hoping there will be Quality Street at some point! x

  25. MARION Hill says:

    I will be having Christmas dinner on Christmas eve so Christmas day dinner will consist of lots of picky bits turkey sandwiches and lots and lots of chocolate 🙂

  26. Gemma Clark says:

    My other halves seafood cocktail for starters then my turkey roast with all the trimmings followed by something chocolaty

  27. Joanne Welsh says:

    Soup, Turkey dinner with all the trimmings (well the ones I like anyway), a yummy dessert. And my traditional big box of maltesers while i’m watching Emmerdale hopefully

  28. Lydia Graham says:

    A traditional roast but with chicken & beef instead of turkey. We’ll have several homemade treats on the day including homemade chestnut & cranberry stuffing, pigs in blankets & my 13 year old’s chocolate pudding

  29. Susan Willshee says:

    I’m vegetarian and gluten free so my Christmas dinner tends to consist of loads of veg. I cook turkey for the family but they have to put up with gluten free gravy and gluten free yorkshire puds (just because I love them!)

  30. ellie spider says:

    all the cheeses! I love cheese but it doesnt love me back so I dont eat as much as i would like but christmas day i intend on trying everything on the cheese board 😀

  31. Sandra Fortune says:

    We usually have Christmas at our daughters house her hubby is a chef and usually does a roast of different meats plus some vegan and celiac desserts as my other daughter can’t have the norm it’s always yummy though

  32. sharon stanley says:

    I’ll be having the usual roast turkey. Looking forward to the pigs in blankets though as never do them with my sunday roast so it’s a special treat for me.

  33. Donna W says:

    An almost-traditional Christmas roast but with a mushroom wellington instead of turkey as I’m veggie. And hopefully lots of fizz!

  34. Maria Jane Knight says:

    We have a turkey crown every Christmas with all the trimmings and everyone is expected to eat at least one sprout too!

  35. Kim d says:

    It’s turkey and the usual accompaniments followed by Christmas pudding. The delight this year, however, is that I don’t have to cook it.

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