Friday, 27 March 2015

Giveaway #467 : Win 2 x Shaun the Sheep: Picture Perfect and Bing on DVD - closed - winners Harley Richardson, Tracy Nixon


There seems to be a sudden influx of DVD releases at the moment, many of which I also have up for grabs in giveaways - right now, you can win copies of Fairytale : A True Story, Chuggington Turbo Charged Chugger, Ribbit and Two Night Stand right here on my blog. But that's not all - I have two more family-friendly titles for you to win that will be perfect for keeping the kids entertained over Easter.

First up is Shaun The Sheep : Picture Perfect, available on DVD from 30th March. Shaun is a sheep who doesn’t follow the flock – in fact, he leads them into all sorts of scrapes, turning the peaceful Mossy Bottom Farm into mayhem in the meadow. Shaun and his pals run rings around their poor sheepdog Bitzer, as he tries to stop the Farmer finding out what's going on behind his back.

PICTURE PERFECT brings you the following episodes, available to own on DVD for the first time since their TV airing: Duck • Bitzer for a Day • Bitzer’s Secret • The Stare • Ping Pong Poacher • Save the Dump • Picture Perfect • Hidden Talents • Fruit and Nuts • The Intruder

The DVD bonus content also contains a huge treat from Aardman Animations – a further 5 brand new Morph episodes, from the makers of Shaun the Sheep.

The Madhouse kids didn't know Morph but they thought he was great fun - it was a real blast from the past for me too, as I remember watching him on Take Hart when I was a kid. Shaun The Sheep : Picture Perfect is also great fun movie and the whole family enjoyed watching it. If you want to keep the kids busy over the Easter holidays, maybe you could tie it in with going out to spot the newborn lambs in the countryside or even tracking down some of the fabulous Shaun In The City models that will be popping up across London this weekend.

Cert. U | Combined Running Time: 70 mins approx. | RRP: £9.99




The second DVD introduced us to Bing, a lovely character we were unfamilair with, who, along with his carer Flop (voiced by Mark Rylance) and all their friends, celebrates the noisy, joyful messy reality of being a pre-schooler. Bing is a CBeebies series, based on the books by Ted Dewan, and this is its first time on DVD.

The DVD contains the following episodes: Swing - Bye Bye - Ducks – Growing - Hide & Seek - Lost - Frog – Bake - Atchoo! – VooVoo. The DVD also comes with a ‘Grow With Bing’ height chart which will look great in a child's bedroom. This is a lovely DVD to watch snuggled up on the settee with a pre-schooler and each episode covers everyday experiences that your child will be familiar with, such as going to the park or making cakes.

Cert. U. | RRP: £9.99



Two lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers can win one of each of the DVDs (Shaun the Sheep: Picture Perfect and Bing : Swing). Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below :



UK only. Closing date : 12/4/15

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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157 comments:

  1. We're having the family over

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  2. Weather prmitting, we are hoping to take the ferry over the the Farne Islands to see the puffins and seals. We will be having a traditional lamb roast dinner at my parents too! Yummy!

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  3. We are doing an Easter egg hunt and at the end of it, my sis and bro-in-law will be there waiting for us. OK this doesn't sound huge but they live in Connecticut, and are planning to come over as a surprise for Mum.

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  4. An easter egg hunt!

    Ashleigh

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  5. We are going to my sister's house for a big lunch then a big Easter egg hunt

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  6. An Easter egg treasure hunt with my children and visiting family.

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  7. We are having a family meal and a easter egg hunt for the kids

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  8. Nothing special except some good lamb and wine
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  9. nothing amazing, eating bare chocolate

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  10. Leave me a comment below and tell me what you have planned this Easter..............visit my lovely grandchildren

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  11. I've entered. would love to win.

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  12. I have entered, would love to win this for my Bing-obsessed sons!x

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  13. we are doing an easter egg hunt at my mums

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  14. No real plans but hope the weather will be good for an Easter egg hunt!

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  15. Roast and my very first Easter egg hunt!

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  16. I am off to scotland with the kids to visit my dad x

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  17. i'm hoping the weather will be decent as i would like to spend lots of time outdoors with the kids,

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  18. Church, Easter Egg Hunt and a family meal

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  19. We are going on a family trip to Butlins :)

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  20. My plan is to give birth to our daughter! She was due 2 days ago so Easter will be all about surviving on little sleep!

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  21. Roast dinner then some horse racing !

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  22. A long walk from one end of the canal to the other!

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  23. Easter Egg hunt and a family meal.

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  24. I haven't made any plans because of the weather, probably have one or two days out. However I did win a 5* hotel one night stay yesterday so I may try & book in for one night over Easter.

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  25. Easter egg hunt and hot x buns at a neighbours house

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  26. Easter egg hunt and a big Easter Sunday lunch at our house :-)

    Elizabeth H

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  27. going on a easter egg hunt with the kids at a local farm

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  28. we're hoping to go camping in our camper van

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  29. a family meal and hopefully a bit of time to relax

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  30. We are off to Cornwall to stay with my mum

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  31. Entered - we've planned a big family get together - probably lots of food and play!

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  32. We might visit a local petting farm :)

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  33. Nothing much just swapping easter eggs with family

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  34. A country walk and a picnic, whatever the weather!

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  35. A car boot,nothing else planned at the moment.

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  36. Linda F McGarrigle30 March 2015 at 08:52

    We will be having a family easter egg hunt x

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  37. We are having an Easter egg hunt, then making Easter bonnets & finally having a nice roast dinner at my mothers house :) xx

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  38. all the family are coming round for a roast

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  39. getting together with friends and family

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  40. doing lots of family things, making the most of the time off!

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  41. Pam Francis Gregory30 March 2015 at 18:20

    Not a lot!

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  42. Having lunch on Easter Sunday with all the family

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  43. Our family are up from Devon / Cornwall :)

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  44. Having lunch with my 3 granddaughters (and the rest of the family!)

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  46. We don't have much planned, a walk and a family meal together. And chocolate of course!

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  47. I have the inlaws here....so Im praying to the weather gods for nice weather so we are not inside and on top of each other...lol that's how fights start!

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  48. Big family lunch then an Easter Egg hunt.

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  49. we have 2 birthdays over easter weekend, my mums on the friday and my sister in laws on the sunday so it will be busy haha. we are having a nice roast on the sunday with everyone over and lots of cake :)

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  50. I have entered Kate Cass, ty for the chance!

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  51. An Easter egg hunt with Grandad and his real chickens!

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  52. Just Easter Sunday lunch with the inlaws and an easter egg hunt with the children

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  53. I am working but will have a chocfest at night when home

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  54. A wrapped Easter egg hunt around the house and garden and baking Easter cakes with my niece and nephew!

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  55. Eggs for breakfast (chocolate), friend for dinner, and probable a discussion about Christianity.

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  56. after a busy 6 week term we are looking forward to a quiet family time

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  57. Hoping to catch up with a friend this Easter.
    Thanks for the giveaway. I've entered.

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  58. A quiet day at home, our baby arrived early so all our plans have changed

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  59. No plans for me, the rest of them are going to my mother-in-laws, but someone has to stay at home to look after the dog (hmmm)

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  60. Lots of easter egg hunts and hopefully a BBQ!

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  61. Sleep, chocolate and family time :) x

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  62. Both relaxing time and family time

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  63. a nice family picnic - @leabana1

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  64. Easter egg hunt and a family meal!

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  65. nicola james158 April 2015 at 13:46

    work!! :-(

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  66. It was quiet inthe extreme and we very much enjoyed it

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  67. Trip to York with the in-laws.

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  68. Nothing planned maybe do some gardening.

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  69. We went Easter Egg hunting

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  70. I went to my friends Conformation at Guildford cathedral

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  71. Hi there. I've entered your competition. Fingers crossed.

    This Easter I'm hoping to sit in the garden, bathed in sunshine.

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  72. 2 easter egg hunts, one for my kids, and a 2nd one for my grandson when he gets back from his dads house

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  73. Roast lamb and a trip to the seaside.

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  74. Lots of farm parks and wildlife parks

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  75. My little girl is obsessed with Bing bunny so she'd love this. We're catching up with family and doing lots of egg hunts

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  76. spending a lovely relaxing time with family

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  77. im off to Skegvegas (Skegness) for the weekend

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  78. We went on easter egg hunt at burton agnes hall

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  79. Went for a meal at my sons, the kids played on trampoline and didi car

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  80. We had an Easter egg hunt in granny's garden for my sons birthday and then went on an Easter egg hunt at Burton Agnes Hall. We also went to Burnby Hall Gardens, went pn lots of walks and had a spring clean!

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  81. We had a easter egg hunt and a family meal out

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  82. Spent time with all the family as it was my Mum's 70th
    Victoria B

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  83. Spent it quietly at home in recovery after having the grandchildren to stay for a week!

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  84. We had a great Easter with family, lots of kids and food!

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  85. i entered for my grandson
    from samantha price

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  86. We spent the weekend in Cornwall, and it was fab (despite my son's travel sickness striking 2 minutes from the hotel!). Lovely morning on the beach, fab family meal out and lunchtime ice-creams :-)

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  87. spent it at home with family

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  88. We had an Easter egg hunt, visited the lambs at an animal farm and had fun on the beach.

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  89. Easter Egg hunt for our two year old in the garden, then all day Disney movies on the sofa eating all our finds :-)

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  90. We had our annual Easter egg hunt and caravan holiday :)

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  91. I didnt burn the house down or set fire to anything :) when I cooked the roast. For me thats a big thing seeing as I can't boil an egg!!

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  92. A trip to the country - entered Geoff Hibbert @mrboggle

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  93. We had a lovely roast dinner.

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  94. We had a lovely Easter, on Good Friday we celebrated my niece's 1st birthday with a big family party. On the Saturday we went to the zoo which was lots of fun. On Easter Sunday the whole family went out for our family traditional Easter Sunday lunch at a local hotel, followed by Easter Egg hunts for the children and on Monday we went hiking in the lovely countryside!

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  95. we had wigwam holiday near Bamburg

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  96. Eating chocolate eggs @Godmancunian on Twitter

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  97. Oops away in belgium (eating chocolate :))

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  98. A trip to the beach - entered Dawn Underwood @dawnwilbury

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  99. We will be eating lots of chocolate

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  100. I have entered

    trevor linvell

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  101. Mark Chamberlin12 April 2015 at 16:02

    As little as possible!

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  102. We always do an egg hunt, even though as the years go by, there's less chocolate eggs and more bits and bobs like book, dvds ect.

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  103. Son, his wife and 2 grandchildren staying for 1 week taking the week off work to do lots of things together while they're off school

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  104. We went to stay with my parents and the kids played with their cousins

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  105. To get engaged
    G. Willoiamson

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  106. unfortunatly i got stuck in the uni library the majorty of it finalising my dissertation! its all about MAY BANK HOLIDAY HERE haha

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  107. I've entered thank you

    Kay panayi

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  108. We had a very un-relaxing but really fun Easter break - lots of days out, two birthdays, too much chocolate and some beautifully sunny weather. Perfect!

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  109. we had an easter egg hunt and lots of walks with the dog as the weather was so nice

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