discoveryPassAs Spring looks to be just around the corner what better way to plan some outdoor adventure in the warmer weather than with this great giveaway to win a Discovery Pass from the Forestry Commission! Our local forest is Sherwood Pines which is a brilliant family day out, perfect for blowing away the cobwebs as you can see here. The forest isn’t just about the great outdoors you can also get creative! Check out way we got creative with leaves and sticks here and here. Red Ted also has a brilliant round up of stick crafts here. Let your imagination run wild!

This prize offers the lucky winner a Discovery Pass for their chosen forest location. You just chose from a wide selection across England. Full details of the forests can be seen here. The pass is valid for 12 months and gives free parking for one car. Additional benefits to the pass include:

  • A seasonal e-newsletter, with forest news and events.
  • Generous discount vouchers for shops and activities on and off site. Benefits differ from site to site.

To be in with a chance of winning this great prize all you need to do is:

  • Log in to Rafflecopter with your Facebook account or your email address and tweet about the giveaway following the instructions given.
  • You can increase your chance of winning by entering every day and there are some additional ways to gain extra entries on the form.
  • The winner will be chosen on Wednesday 15 March via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this blog. The winning entrant will be contacted and asked to provide an address so we can arrange for their Discovery Pass to be sent on to them.

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Good Luck!

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35 Responses to Discovery Pass Giveaway! #weloveforests

  1. Wendy Tolhurst says:

    Bedgebury Pinetum would be fantastic for me, my husband, four children and the two dogs!!

  2. Petra Hora says:

    Seven Sisters

  3. Lindsey Jones says:

    Dalby Forest please xx

  4. Wendy Shippam says:

    Forest of Dean please ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. linda curtis says:

    i would love one for the new forest if not the forest of dean woud be second choice , i would use this so much to get the grankids out of london and into some fresh air and ponie spotting

  6. Karen R says:

    Dalby Forest please

  7. Karen Lowe says:

    Alice Holt Please!

    Fab place for geocahing!

  8. Pauline Dring says:

    Salcey Forest please

  9. Christina Cooke says:

    Seven Sisters!

  10. Nicola Hinchliffe says:

    Dalby Forest pretty please

  11. Sarah Lee says:

    Alice Holt please ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. claire woods says:

    High Lodge, Thetford Forest.

  13. Emma Howard says:

    Grizedale please

  14. Joanne Nelson says:

    High Lodge

  15. Yvonne Crook says:

    Delamere Forest Park

  16. Fran Light says:

    Alice Holt Forest (please!)

  17. olivia kirby says:

    Fineshades, the play area is beautiful, the cafe is yum and the walks lovely!

  18. Bedgebury would be amazing!

  19. Katie says:

    Forest of Dean would be our choice!

  20. kathleen hooper says:

    Sherwood Pines. It’s not too far from me, but we’ve never been

  21. melanie stirling says:

    Wyre Forest please

  22. Samantha Fernley says:

    Delamere Forest – I’m only 20 minutes away so this would be brilliant ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Eileen Teo says:

    like to win Wyre Forest

  24. Lynn Fancy says:

    Wyre Forest of discovery Sounds interesting!

  25. I would have it for west walks x

  26. I’d choose Sherwood Pines – it’s not exactly close to me, but it’s handy for visiting others ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Patricia Owen says:

    Wyre Forest

  28. My Two Mums says:

    Moors Valley Park ๐Ÿ™‚

  29. Rob Stirk says:

    Sherwood Pines would be lovely

  30. Allan Smith says:

    Whinlatter please ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. emma weaver says:

    Forest of Dean

  32. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Would love it for Hamsterley forest.

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