Giveaway: Win £50 Worth Of Photobox Credit

With pictures being taken digitally these days, it is hard to see your special memories unless you decide to scroll through your phone gallery or computer.

Wouldn’t it be nice to see an image or even a collage of your favourite images all the time?

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PhotoBox are giving one lucky Manchester Mummy fan the chance to win a canvas print, so start selecting your favourite images now!

The winner will be credited with £50 into their PhotoBox account, so that they can get started making their masterpiece immediately.

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PhotoBox offer a wide range of items that can be personalised for any occasion. Mugs, photobooks, cards and other home related gifts at reasonable prices – there are always offers on the website so it is definitely worth checking out!

Giveaway ends 4th July 2014 at 11:59PM.
One winning entry will be drawn at random by Rafflecopter.
Winner will be notified within 24 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winners will receive a £50 credit to their PhotoBox account (Please advise me of the email used to register)
Open to UK residents only
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.

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167 comments

  1. laura banks says:

    my mum picking me up from primary school and getting stuck in some mud and wheel spinning and covering the poor boy behind in mud

  2. Hanna says:

    I think my favourite memory would have to be going to Whipsnade safari park with my dad when I was young during a school holiday.

  3. Rebecca Roberts says:

    My nan once told me to look out the window as santa was flying past in his sleigh. I vividly remember him flying past but thought it was just my imagination looking back. Discussed it with my sister and she remembers it too! Yes. I’m crazy.

  4. kellyjo walters says:

    I was in a cab with a guy I liked, I was 16, he was 37, we kissed, 2 years later we were married.. 17 years later still together 🙂

  5. Anneka Hulse says:

    Visiting Disney World when i was 4 in Florida with my Mum and Dad and thinking all the characters were real

  6. Jen English says:

    My Nan taking me and my brother for a walk to pick mushrooms when she looked after us. We went to her every Saturday while my parents took Granddad shopping.

  7. Jennifer Casey says:

    Our holidays to Rhosneigr on Anglesey when I was little. Poking about in rockpools with my dear late Dad.

  8. Rachael Jess says:

    I remember finding my roller boots under my mum’s bed for my birthday after she’d been saying that we really didn’t have the spare money to buy them – bless her

  9. Tracy Sinclair says:

    My favourite memories are my children being born and also being at the birth of my granddaughter, such an wonderful memory x

  10. kayleigh white says:

    Visiting New York last year. We’d bought our Empire State Building passes before we went, so on our final day we went to the iconic building, zoomed up to the 84th floor and knew we wouldn’t see anything. We’d travelled all the way from South West Wales and we’re greeted by hot weather but misty scenes.
    As we ventured out onto the viewing area, the mist began to lift! We were so lucky, we were the only ones up the Empire State Building, as the tour guides told everyone to return later. We couldn’t as we had a night flight, so ignore him and proceeded. Before our eyes the mist lifted and we could see as far as the eye could see! What a moment, and I’ll remember it for the rest of my life!

  11. Sarah Bates says:

    Going to the local corner shop with my Mum and Sister, and getting sweets after school when I was really little.

  12. becca staples says:

    Seeing my dads face when i told him the names of my twin boys, one of them has his name as there middle name. Such a suprise to him x

  13. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    When I had my daughter and they held her up and asked my husband to say whether she was a girl or a boy and he cried out ‘A girl!’

  14. Kat Allinson says:

    I’d have to say the day I met my husband, obviously having my children was amazing but without having met my husband these other memories wouldn’t have been made!

  15. Kellie Faggle McIntyre says:

    My sister getting an A la Carte kitchen for Christmas…………………………..& us playing with the box!

  16. Hayley Kinnaird says:

    Going on a day out with my children to Tropical Wings, it was just the three of us which made it really special. We enjoyed it and spent the day having fun and laughing

  17. Joanna says:

    Making friends on the beach on summer holidays as a kid… and digging out/building sand sculptures such as boats, racing cars etc that we could then play in.

  18. Natalie Gillham says:

    My fondest memories are of both my children snuggling up to me while I read them bedtime stories 🙂 x

  19. Penelope Hannibal says:

    My favourite memory is winning at my first dressage test as an adult after having years off from horse riding 🙂

  20. Kirsty Sparks says:

    Me and my mum getting stuck on the ferris wheel. We kept going round and round because the staff didn’t stop us (they tried but kept missing)

  21. becci cleary says:

    The 1st Weekend in September after School Started, me and 24 other family members having a long weekend in Pontins Blackpool, Every Year, was FAB!

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