London Mums Competitions


Everyone loves a freebie. London Mums partner with selected businesses to offer amazing products for free to members of our organisation and readers of the London Mums magazine.  Don’t miss the opportunity to win our goodies and enter our competitions and prize draws. Over the years we have given away thousands of prizes including children’s DVDs, family films, tickets to events, cinema and West End shows, handbags, beauty products, toys, books for both mums and children.

Win a Product of the Year 2023 Goody Bag worth over £300

As if it wasn’t enough to give away a Product of the Year 2023 Goody Bag worth over £300, London Mums will give another reader the chance to win another bumper Product of the Year 2023 Goody Bag filled with award-winning products, from this year’s best buys across food & drink, health and beauty, household and pet. 

Product of the Year Goody Bag worth over £300

For your chance to win this fabulous prize, simply subscribe to one of the London Mums social media platforms of your choice Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and write the name of your favourite Product of the Year 2023 product – check out the full list of 37 winners here – in the competition form below this post.

Terms and conditions: Deadline to enter is midnight on 30th April 2023, GB only. No alternative prize is available. There is one prize to be won, each goody bag is worth over £300. The prize contains a selection of winning products from the image shown. The winner will be contacted and ask for their delivery address and mobile number in order for the courier company to deliver your prize.

The Awards bash for Product of the Year 2023 was a memorable one, for sure. Finally, after 3 years we were able to attend the ceremony in person (sparkles and all!) and be part of the show headlining host Sally Phillips, award -winning comedy-actor, writer and presenter alongside Kitchen Disco diva Sophie Ellis-Bextor ending the night in full swing. Sophie made a grand entrance walking down iconic restaurant Quaglino’s famous catwalk staircase.

product of the year awards 2023 bash collage

Highlights of the wonderful bash celebrating with my friend and blogger Mirka Moore

THE UK’s biggest celebration of product innovation, the Product of the Year Awards 2023 has given its 37 winners a shortcut straight to the nation’s shopping list. And with one of our iconic shiny red logos featured on their products, their sales are set to go skyward.

At Quaglino’s Queen Elizabeth II famously dined in 1956 (the first British monarch to eat at a public restaurant) and Judy Garland celebrated her 5th (and final) wedding reception – the stylish interior was the perfect backdrop to a memorable night.

Despite the generous dollop of celebrity stardust, it was the smorgasbord of winning products that took centre stage, with UK brands including Mars, Premier, Perfetti Van Melle, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt and Unilever to rising stars including, TRIP Drinks, Shicken, and Mark Anthony Brands, filling their tables to fetch the coveted Product of the Year trophies for their innovations over the last 18 months.

The cherry on the top of the Product of the Year Cake is that the Product of the Year 2023 awards were voted for by the great British public. Carried out with researchers from Kantar, 8,000 UK consumers  decided on the winning products – a unique insight into the ever-changing habits of the UK shopper.

Reflecting the way we all live now, the worthy winners have all reacted swiftly and brilliantly to the changing times, casting a magic wand of innovation across the everyday products that are essential to our lives.

Key trends include: CBD products, sleep and relaxation, plant-based and vegan products, grooming for men and women, whole food innovation and confectionery.

Congratulations to all the winners!


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