Win family tickets to The Spellbound Forest

I’m really excited today to be able to offer you the chance to win family tickets to The Spellbound Forest, a magical fairytale event which is taking place in Delamere Forest, Cheshire in May 2012.

Brought to you by the team behind The Just So Festival, The Spellbound Forest will bring English fairy tales to life using theatrical performance, music, visual art and dance, right in the heart of the forest.  The event invites you and your children to follow the woodland pathways and become part of the stories yourselves.

The event is taking place in Delamere Forest, Cheshire on 19th and 20th May 2012. The Spellbound Forest website has full details of the event – hop on over to discover four traditional English tales that are part of the stories and read and listen to them online.

Enter the giveaway

I have one set of family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) to give away to one of you. If you’d like them just leave a comment here before midnight (GMT) on Sunday 25th March 2012  telling me which is your child’s favourite fairy tale.

I’ll pick a number at random and whoever has left that number comment gets the tickets. You must leave a way for me to contact you (your e-mail address in the signature box is fine) or your entry will not be counted. I will pass your details on and The Spellbound Forest team will send your tickets to you.


***30/03/2012 Edited: congratulations Dianne – you’ve won! An e-mail is on it’s way to you now! ***



  1. Tanith says

    Tough choice so I’ve just asked my little lady & she says its “counting the gold doubloons” lol so from that I’m going to say Peter Pan as she loves everything to do with pirates, fairies & treasure!

  2. Annie says

    We have a divided house.
    The boy has always loved “Bertie” and the Beast (it was too cute to correct him), but babygirl likes anything about Elves, I was so sad the day she stopped calling it the Elvis and the shoemaker lol

  3. Lisa says

    My eldest likes the princess and the pea; the middle one the princess and the frog. No idea about the baby yet :)

  4. Lisa says

    My daughter is discovering fairytales big time at the moment and comes out with her own different mixed up versions of many!! They usually involve Cinderella, a witch, too many fairies to be a plausable plot line and most recently a couple of frogs….. Her favorite fairy tale – who knows?!! But I am loving her versions!!

  5. Julie Harris says

    My G loves Rapunzel. Attaching things in her hair, drawing pictures and playing Rapunzel games in the playground. Priceless!

  6. Emily says

    Has to be “Hansel and Dretel” (Hansel and Gretel) :) My youngest LB loves anything to do with witches at the moment!

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