Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Giveaway #490 : Win Drumond Park's The Best of British game - closed - winner Elaine Bamford


There’s so much about this country of ours to be admired – but we often take for granted. There’s delicious cups of tea, the ever-optimistic weather forecast, shiny double-decker buses, great pubs on every corner, the ‘national pastime’ of queuing… those lovely lollipop ladies, sandcastles, conkers, Blackpool rock, Big Ben and Eros…

The Best of British (rrp £29.99, age 12+) is a very special family board game from Drumond Park, one of the UK’s leading games brands. Their fast-paced brand recognition game LOGO has already proved to be immensely popular with families everywhere, and The Best of British is LOGO’s sister product. It, too, is a knowledge and recognition game, for two to six players. As with LOGO, you can also play in teams, or individually – celebrating together all you know about our quintessentially British way of life.

There’s never been a game like this before! These are questions on real-life, finger-on-the-pulse of 21st century British lifestyle situations - guaranteed to entertain, amuse and enlighten. There are Picture cards, Themed cards and Pot Luck cards.

This simple yet marvellously entertaining game is perfect for playing with friends and family, throughout the year. One thing is certain – The Best of British will bring out the best in everyone!

For stockists, visit www.drumondpark.com

*** Click through to read our review of the game ***

Drumond Park have kindly offered to send The Best of British to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.




UK only. Closing date : 21/7/15

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 !

158 comments:

  1. cream tea for me or the london bus

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  2. London buses, black cabs and the Royal Family!

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  3. Elizabeth Hinds7 July 2015 at 20:17

    For me it has to be the dry British sense of humour - I love it! :)

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  4. The fact that all is well when you have a cup of tea :)

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  5. Fish and Chips and a cup of tea

    Kirsty Fox

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  6. the British sense of humour, masters of irony and sattire!

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  7. That we love freebies! Any free food samples in a supermarket, a crowd will always gather!

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  8. Our love of wearing vests, shorts and sandles the very moment the temperature hits double figures.

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  9. Queuing, we do this everywhere x

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  10. British History, nothing quite like it :) x

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  11. I gave you Klout in Children x

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  12. Our sense of humour is like none other.. I think we're hilarious.

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  13. Our history and heritage

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  14. Lynsey Buchanan9 July 2015 at 15:05

    How polite we are

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  15. How we are so polite and never want to cause a fuss (but then incessantly moan :-))

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  16. For me it's fish and chips. :)

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  17. I gave you Klout in blogging x

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  18. london buses, red telephone boxes and red post boxes

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  19. I have given you Klout in baking x

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  20. Queueing
    Claire D

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  21. Queuing politely, that's British

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  22. Eccentricity and resourcefulness

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  23. a nice cup of tea

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  24. Thatched cottages with gardens in full bloom

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  25. Apologising for everything!

    EJ Dunn

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  26. Catherine McAlinden18 July 2015 at 10:05

    Queueing like a Brit!

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  27. Roast Dinner and Full English Breakfasts :)

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  28. Lancashire hotpot, Yorkshire puddings etc

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  29. Fish and Chips
    Carole N

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  30. Modesty - we're not great at blowing our own trumpets!

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  31. A good old cup of tea for every occasion

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  32. Ive entered! Are we supposed to say what we like about Britain? I love freedom of speech.

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  33. As an American, afternoon tea and fish and chips always struck me as very British. Along with the monarchy and castles.

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  34. Fish and chips, and a nice hot cup of tea.

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  35. I love the fact that a cup of tea solves everything - definitely British. Miskadog x

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  36. The Royal Family,people the world over know about them and envy us.I think they are enjoying a new wave of popularity due to William Kate ,George and Charlotte,they never put a foot wrong and seem really grounded x

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  37. A Victoria Sponge
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  38. Paula Readings19 July 2015 at 19:52

    Deckchairs & knotted hanky hats!

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  39. Our British eccentricities.

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  40. Pam Francis Gregory19 July 2015 at 21:32

    Union Jack shorts on holiday!

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  41. Always complaining about the weather, whatever it is!

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  42. cream tea :)

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  43. Fish and Chips wrapped in newspaper

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  44. Melanie Pennie20 July 2015 at 13:53

    The good old cup of tea

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  45. great giveaway. the royal family

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  46. Afternoon tea!

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  47. A lovely earl grey afternoon tea :)

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  48. Royal Mail Post Boxes, phone boxes and the weather x

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  49. British? Has to be the Royals :)

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  50. Roast dinner, fish and chips and afternoon tea :)

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  51. Linda Brooking20 July 2015 at 20:01

    Thatched cottages, red post boxes, red phone boxes, cricket on the village green and tea...

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  52. Cream teas and feeding the ducks

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  53. pickled eggs with fish and chips

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  54. The Royal Family

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  55. TEA!!! hands down the most british institution there is!

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  56. I don't know, but who doesn't like Yorkshire puddings? Okay, even if they aren't British, everyone loves them. Don't they?

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  57. The Royal family.

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  58. Cream teas, Red London Buses, Fish and Chips wrapped in newspaper, afternoon tea, cucumber sandwiches......

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  59. The British 'Bobbie'

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  60. the way we apologise for everything

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  61. It's afternoon tea for me - I was luck enough to go and do it in London a few years ago and I think me and another friend are going next monday I'm really excied

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  62. Having Tea and Cake with friends x

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  63. Our obsession with the weather!

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  64. A nice cup of tea and slice of cake x

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  65. I think the true British eccentric sums up britishness Vivienne Westwood Malcolm McLaren Damian Hurst Isabella blow to name but a few

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  66. Afternoon teas

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  67. Thank you !!! Can't wait to receive it, will be a brill surprise for the kids I'm looking after for the holidays.

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