Sunday, 4 September 2016

Giveaway #581 : Win Drumond Park's Stoopido game - closed - winner Kim Neville


Drumond Park’s brilliant and hilarious new Stoopido (rrp £17.99, for ages 8 to100!) is a gleeful, wacky and downright silly game that the whole family will absolutely love! The point of this frenetic game is the opposite of what you think – the winner is the person who is the only player left without a full face covered with quirky colourful eyes, ears, noses, hats and foreheads!


This fast and furious new game is about as stupid as it gets! Everyone dons plastic glasses, the dice is rolled, and if Nose, Eyes, Hat or Ears come up, the players race to hang the relevant colourful cardboard pieces on whichever player they choose.


If you roll the Glasses – bad luck … the player to your left gets to pick a Stoopido Face Piece of ANY feature you don’t already have and adds it to your glasses! If you roll the squashy ‘Stoopitoot’, the player who reaches out first and squeaks it can choose to either pick a Stoopido Face Piece of ANY feature and place it on ANY player, or choose ANY Stoopido Face Piece from their own glasses and put it back on the table.


As play proceeds, everyone gets loaded up with ever more comical items, for a totally mis-matched look. The winner is ‘the last man standing’ – the only player left with a gap or gaps on their glasses.



 For stockists and to play games online, visit www.drumondpark.com

And for grown-up giggles and to share adult games experiences, go over to their‘Not so Quiet Night In’ blog at www.drumondpark.com/blog/

You can also follow them on facebook and twitter

We were delighted to receive an advanced copy of the game before it hit the shops, which we reviewed back at the start of August. (Click through to see our Stoopido review.) I am also over the moon to be amongst the very lucky few who are running an advance giveaway for this product - which means that the winner will be amongst the very first people in the UK to get a copy of the game. To be in with a chance of winning, fill in your entries via the Rafflecopter widget below.




UK only. Closing date : 19/9/16

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook 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 28 days, 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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172 comments:

  1. Allsorts - picnics and bbqs on the beach and in the countryside, cinema trips, days up the coast - I've spent a fortune and I'm worn out!

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  2. Our family holiday to Rhodes, theme park days out, bbqs, water fun in garden πŸ˜€

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  3. going to the park, playground and beach x

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  4. weve been camping, went to festival, arts and crafts, baking so much i need a holiday to recover !

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  5. we had a lovely holiday my the sea in cornwall

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  6. This game looks fab! We've had a summer of cinema, parks, rock climbing & trampolining

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  7. Lots of time and days out with grandchildren :)

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  8. entered thanks for the chance x

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  9. Margaret Clarkson
    Visiting the beach and local sites

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  10. Just days out and picnics so far - our main holiday will be on the Devon coast in a cottage later in September :)

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  11. We went camping this year which was great fun.

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  12. WE went on a disastrous holiday, came home after 4 days, then my car was hit and run in the carpark and my hallway ceiling collapsed. August was the best month ever!!!

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  13. We only went on holiday for a few days this year and stayed in a lovely log cabin.

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  14. Playing and watching cricket and enjoying a nice beer or two

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  15. Lots of craftwork on the kitchen table

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  16. Lot of time spent watching cricket, live, and the Olympics on TV.

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  17. Few days out to the seaside, lots of crafts

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  18. We managed a short break to Blackpool this year. Which we enjoyed very much.

    Rachel Craig

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  19. we went on a lot of family walks and also watched Finding Dory

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  20. Lots of travelling, including sailing with a toddler 😱

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  21. we went camping in wales
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  22. Lots of playing in the garden mostly! Paddling pools and soft play.

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  23. Seeing family, playing in the garden, picnics and BBQs, we didnt go away this year but had a lot of fun that didnt cost much at all

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  24. We had a week in Swansea by the sea

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  25. day trip to londn to see petes dragon and have afternoon tea x

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  26. Lots of trips to the park, beach, cinema, zoo, forest walks etc. We did loads!

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  27. We haven't done a great deal this summer, just a visit to Ireland to stay with relatives. other than that, I've decorated the kids bedrooms

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  28. We spent a lot of time at the park in the wonderful sun we got all of the holidays!

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  29. Days out to zoo, bowling, cinema. Holiday to the Wye Valley.

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  30. we went glamping. It was wet, cold and the blow up matress kept collapsing. On top of that my fiance lost the car keys (found now) good to get away but it's been crazy

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  31. We had two birthdays and a wedding so busy busy busy

    Kay Panayi

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  32. We love to go for a picnic at White Coppice and then go rock hopping

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  33. we went the seaside for the day and spent a small fortune but it was great fun!

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  34. Lots of trips to the park, and days out at theme parks etc

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  35. we had days out and a week in tenerife

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  36. trying my hardest to entertain my daughter on a budget :(

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  37. We didnt get up to much this holidays but spent a lot of time together which was lovely.

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  38. me and my 2 kids spent days on the beach in the park and spending time with the whole family

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  39. Lots of bbqs and having friends to visit.

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  40. Trips to the beach, lots of dog walking and crafting

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  41. I honestly did some sorting around the house, and sat down to rest for 2 mins and boom it was September and the house still needs sorting. Where did the holidays go?!

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  42. We went to the beach as much as we could and we also went to Newquay for a week which was cold but gorgeous :-)

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  43. We had plenty of days at the park! :D

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  44. We had a great holiday with extended family to Northern Cyprus - it's where my grandfather lives!

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  45. We enjoyed loads of day outs using vouchers and free tickets we saved up throughout the year. Managed to go to Legoland a couple of times, Thorpe Park, Paulton's aswell as some great museums. x

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  46. We had a lovely week away on the south coast

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  47. we went to a few events at the park then te seaside xx

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  48. We went to visit the kids nanny, then they were off with their Gran on holiday, then youngest went away with her school friends, plus we had trips out to theme parks and the local park

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  49. We spent two weeks of it in Cornwall with my mum which my boys loved

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  50. lots of trips to parks, feeding the ducks and the fair

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  51. We went away for 2 weekends and spent as much time out and about as possible.

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  52. We went to Gran Canaria.

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  53. Lots of time spent in the garden and local parks

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  54. We had made wonderful memories this summer having movie days,baking days ect

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  55. Theme parks, bbqs, swimming, camping, cinema, cycling etc

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  56. We got up to lots of things with our friends, visiting lots of places we had never been before :)

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  57. we went to St Ives with my family in law, spend a week there and I want to go back already

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  58. We spent most of it on ournew trampoline!

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  59. we have just been having bbqs and ptime in the garden and walks with the dogs all enjoyable though

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  60. Not a lot I'm the grandma and have been working. Went ten pin bowling and thats about it

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  61. We have been on holiday! it was fab

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  62. We got 2 new basset hounds as we had lost a couple of hounds do to old age.

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  63. lots of walking and day trips- we are having our family holiday in November

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  64. A lovely holiday in France and reading new books

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  65. We had a lovely time at Camp Bestival

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  66. We went glamping , mountain biking and canoeing

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  67. we never went away this year... but it was by choice

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  68. Went to the beach and had picnics

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  69. Ive entered! This game looks like lots of fun

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  70. we had days out to the beach the parks and picnics. we also celebrated my 28th wedding anniversary with a huge family meal out

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  71. We spent a week at Disney Paris, visited relatives, attended two weddings and spent a week in Matlock - phew :)

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  72. Thanks for the chance to win

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  73. A fabulous holiday in Florida and lots of days at a number of our local parks as well as swimming and cinema

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  74. Oh wow, I am in awe of your kitchen clearout ideas and recipes and am off now to make a couple of the sweet treats, thank you so much for sharing, this is one of my posts every month

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  75. We did day trips a couple of times each week plus trips to the park.

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  76. I live in Scotland, it mostly rained lol

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  77. Gosh it's been a bit of a mixed bag! Done some great stuff like had wonderful friends come from my old home town up in Scotland down to London to visit me which was fabulous, getting my flat progressively more decorated, making new safe play areas for my Cats&Dog to having to spend time in hosp and not being able to do anything at times due to having lung disease. Decided Air Con is a must for future years! Twitter name @Deniashanicol

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  78. We had a big family holiday - leanne w

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  79. went with kids to visit family abroad :)

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  80. We had a weeks holiday in cornwall and lots of trips to the park

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  81. Family holiday and lots of fun days out

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  82. Didn't get abroad this year but several UK breaks and plenty of daytrips fitted around sporting activities!

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  83. days out, picnics in the park, walks in the countryside and fun in the garden :)

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  84. I went to a caravan park with my grandchildren.

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  85. Went to the beach - Christopher Read - @TheChrissyComps

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  86. We had fun together as a family, had a holiday in a caravan and lots of days out

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  87. Lots of sunny trips to the beach!

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  88. We did a staycation with loads of day trips

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  89. We went on a lovely family holiday to Scotland

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  90. we spent the summer redecorating and rearranging the house, having baby number 6 back in june and only a small 3 bed house we decided it was either move or try and make the best of the space :)

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  91. Spent lots of time with the family and at the beach

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  92. Lots of day trips away - fresh air is great!

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  93. we went to kerbstone edge and saw the cars driving by !

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  94. I would love to totally love to win this for our family games nights :)

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  95. Not much sadly,my kids did go camping with family as we are working hard for 2 big holidays next year!

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  96. Park, paddling pool, soft play and visiting family

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  97. We went on our first abroad family holiday to Tenerife

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  98. We didn't do an awful lot this year but we did go on holiday to Blackpool

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  99. Unfortunately I had to work most of it but we did have a lovely holiday to Warwick and Lancaster to visit historic sites

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  100. We had a lovely holiday in Wales, the weather was amazing. We also enjoyed a couple of days at Warwick castle.

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  101. We had lots of trips to the beach and the park :)

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  102. lots of walks and water fights in the garden

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  103. Just spent time visiting friends and family. It was nice :)

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  104. We went to the seaside...among other things

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  105. Not a lot this year as we were busy working

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  106. Our little family trip to wales cottage

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  107. We had a family holiday to Rome, as well as some weekend camping breaks to the Lake District.

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  108. a trip to korea, a trip to ireland, a trip to vegas - ALL for weddings.

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  109. Just had trips around the UK. Loving the game your giving away looks super fun

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  110. We just had lots of days out, mainly picked around the weather ! .x

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  111. Working lots to save money for my holiday to California in November :)

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  112. trying to get used to look after 2 kids.Fortunately my daughter is besotted with her baby sister that she didn't mind spending most of the summer holidays at home.

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  113. Had lots of trips around our area and lots of picnics :)

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  114. days out to the seaside, park and lots of time in the garden

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  115. I have worked most of the holidays unfortunately and took my dog out to some nice places.

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  116. I only got 2 weeks with the kids, we went to the beach, celebrated my daughters birthday at chessington, and went on a few walks.

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  117. we went to the beach and the park, sometimes we went with all family members and having picnics

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  118. we check out local whats on guides to make plans x

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  119. We spent loads of time at the beach enjoying the sunny weather

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  120. We went to Devon and to Legoland for a weekend.

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  121. Days on the beach with my family xx

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  122. we ve been to the beach and visited family

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  123. Trying to entertain children when it's raining is so hard! Lots of den making and baking (slimming world ready now haha)

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  124. We have been to the beach, walks in the woods, splashing at waterparks and picnics in the park

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  125. We didn't do much, as I had to work, so this would be fun.

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  126. We had lots of visits to different parks and on country walks. We went to a wedding and I was a bridesmaid. My daughter had a 8th birthday party too.

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  127. Long walks.

    G. Williamson

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  128. Lots of days out, zoo, parks, picnics, farms etc @kleesical

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  129. Lots of day trips in little seaside and the local zoo

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  130. Dorset holiday!

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  131. We went to London for a couple of days, it was lovely x

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  132. We went to London for a couple of days, it was lovely x

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  133. went by the seaside with my 1 yr old and paddled in the sea

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  134. we were lucky enough to to. Have a few days in Looe , Cornwall is just so beautiful

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  135. Not a great deal, just fun in the sun and days out when we could. Lots of mummy daughter memories made though

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  136. Unfortunately I was recovering from an operation all summer but I still had some fun sitting out in the sun with my family

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  137. Unfortunately we didn't do much over the summer holidays. My 10 year old son had an accident and broke his arm. He had to have the bone set and he was in quite a lot of pain for a couple of weeks. The Olympics was a godsend and so was the Logo game because he couldn't go out to play with his friend. He's much better now but he's still having physio and he can't take part in team sports, swim or cycle for 3 months.

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