Friday, 28 February 2014

Giveaway #368 : Win a £50 cereal voucher for your school breakfast club - closed - winner Jo Welsh


Pre-school breakfast clubs have become a lifeline for many British families with almost a quarter of all working households using them so they can drop their primary school children off before school in order to get to work on time. One in four working parents with children in breakfast clubs would be forced to quit their jobs without them.

Working parents who drop their children off at school early can save up to £1,373 a year using pre-school breakfast clubs instead of alternative childcare. Across the UK, this is a potential saving of £26.4 million in childcare costs each week .

Kellogg’s is awarding grants to 1,000 schools in some of the most deprived areas of the country to help them set up or run their existing breakfast club. This is part of the company’s pledge to donate 15 million portions of cereal and snacks to families in food poverty, by the end of 2016.


Paul Wheeler, a Kellogg’s director, said: “For millions of parents in Britain, having access to a breakfast club helps them do the basics – keep down a job. But, with school budgets squeezed, it’s more important than ever that breakfast clubs stay open.”

Kellogg’s Breakfast Club grant applications close on 28th March 2014, schools should visit www.giveachildabreakfast.co.uk to apply.

Kellogg's have also kindly offered to send a £50 cereal voucher to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader for you to pass on ot your school breakfast club. Fill in your details on the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance of winning.


UK only. Closing date : 14/3/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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69 comments:

  1. I go through phases - my favourites are Weetabix, Cornflakes and Branflakes though!

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  2. What's cooking at The Madhouse? menu plan 28/2 - commented

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  3. My favourite cereal is Cheerios.

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  4. Crunchy nut cornflakes

    @rachiegr

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  5. i commented on did you win anything nice in february

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  7. crunchy nut or coco pops

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  8. christine shelley1 March 2014 at 17:09

    frosties

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  9. i go through phases, love shreddies , frosted shreddies, weetabix.
    Rice krispies and cornflakes lovely if away as prefer them with full fat milk which i never buy at home. Not many cereals i dont like

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  10. At the minute I like Crunchy nuts best.

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  11. I like berry granola and rice crispies :)

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  12. Branflakes, though I also love Crunchy Nut Cornflakes.

    Rachel Craig

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    Rachel Craig

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  14. My fav is good old cornflakes

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  15. Pam Francis Gregory11 March 2014 at 11:20

    Corn Flakes

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  16. You just can not get better than Cornflakes.

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  17. CoCo Pops :)

    Becci Cleary

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  18. Cornflakes with ice cold milk :)

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  19. chocolate Weetabix - james Harland fb

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  20. Either Dorset muesli or weetabix

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  21. Start. Marie Brown

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  22. Jordans Strawberry Country Crisp and Curiously Cinnamon yum but before that it was the Sports cereal I dont know if anyone remembers that but I used to love it.

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  23. Charmaine Jackson13 March 2014 at 11:11

    Frosted Wheats :-)

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  24. Rice Crispies :) x

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  25. Honey nut cornflakes

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  26. Has to be Honey Nut Cornflakes.

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  27. Kelloggs Krave - in any flavour. Nectar of the gods!

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  28. Alpen is my all time favourite cereal

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  29. At the moment my favourite is bran flakes with a handful of sultanas and hot milk :)

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  30. pain au chocolat or boiled egg.

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  31. The cinnamon toast crunch is my favourite but sometimes it's hard to find.

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  32. Crunchy nut cornflakes

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  33. fruit and nut museli

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  34. I'm a cornflakes grl if a full fry up is not n option ;)

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  35. In our house it is currently Cheerios !! x

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  36. Honey cheerios or honey granola or rice krispies

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  37. i love cornflakes with a wee bit of sugar

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