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.


We have teamed up with Munch Bunch to celebrate the opening of the public vote for its annual story writing competition, Munch Time. This is the fifth year of the popular competition which encourages parents to put pen to paper and create wonderful tales featuring Munch the Cow and there have been more entries than ever!

munch bunch Actress Tamzin Outhwaite is encouraging parents to get involved with Munch Time 2013

The judges have read each and every one and carefully selected a shortlist of the top 10 stories from all across the country. From 1st July the top 10 stories will be online at for you, and your little ones, to decide which one deserves to be the winner of Munch Time 2013.

To mark the occasion, Munch Time judge, London actress and mum-of-two Tamzin Outhwaite will be hosting a special story-time session for London Mums at one of South West London’s best city farms*. 15 London Mums and their little ones* can enjoy a private story time with Tamzin reading last year’s winning Munch Time story, Munch and her Wished for Friend, which was written by Ealing mum, Kirstie Ferret. Afterwards they can enjoy free entrance to the farm.

Tamzin told us: “I love story-time with my two girls. It is a very special one-on-one period of calm, where we can all just snuggle up and escape the stresses of the day.”

Munch Time is supported this year by the National Literacy Association, a charity dedicated to helping children foster a love of reading. Chair, Ray Barker, who will be attending the event to tell parents more about the value of early reading, said: “It’s been proved time and time again that children who are introduced to the joy of sharing books and stories at an early age will be at an advantage when they start school. Munch Time is a great initiative which encourages parents to enjoy stories with their little ones.”

We have an exclusive invitation for 15 London Mums to attend the event on Wednesday 26th June 2013 at 1.30pm with their little ones. Places are invitation only and limited so to stand a chance to win, simply tell us the name of last year’s winning Munch Time story.

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For your chance to win one of these tickets, answer the simple question below in our dedicated competition page (USE ONLY THE DEDICATED PAGE & DO NOT SEND MESSAGES OR DO NOT POST MESSAGES ON THE WEBSITE OR ON THIS PAGE AS THE ENTRY WON’T BE VALID – YOU WON’T BE NOTIFIED OF THE WRONG ENTRY) The question is: ‘What’s the name of last year’s winning Munch Time story?’ or email The deadline to enter is 21st June 2013.

*Terms & Conditions

• Each parent can bring along a maximum of 2 children aged between 2-5 (pre-school)

• Winners will be contacted immediately with full venue and event details

• Winners should be prepared to be filmed and photographed as part of the event. Footage will be used on London Mums and the Munch Time online platforms

• The story time session will commence at 1.30pm sharp (it will only last 15 minutes, the time for Tamzin to read the story). The event will be finished by 1,45pm – so mums who are running back for school pick up will be able to do so.

• Each parent and their child(ren) can enjoy FREE entry to the farm throughout the day (before and / or after the event)

• Travel expenses up to £10 will be covered upon production of a valid receipt on the day

• Lunch will not be provided

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