Ashby: Win a Co-op gift voucher in our Mother’s Day prize draw

By Ashby Nub News Reporter

14th Mar 2023 | Local News

Describe your mum on our Facebook page. You could use one word – or as many as you like
Describe your mum on our Facebook page. You could use one word – or as many as you like

We think mums deserve a treat, especially on Mother's Day.

All you have to do to for the chance to win a £15 Co-op gift voucher is describe your mum. You could use one word – or as many as you like.

To be entered into the Ashby Nub News Mother's Day prize draw*, comment on the Ashby Nub News Mother's Day Facebook page by Sunday, March 19 – Mother's Day.

Comment on the Mother's Day prize draw Facebook post, describe your mum in your comment and tag her if you can.

There are lots of ways to show your appreciation for your mum.

Here are a few ideas of something nice to do with, or in memory of your mum: · Bake a cake, try this zesty lemon cake recipe: or how about a cherry traybake, perfect for sharing.

· Treat your mum to a Mother's Day lunch or dinner at one of Ashby's many pubs or restaurants

· Help a child make something special for mum. You could download a children's activity sheet from Co-op to colour in a Mother's Day No.1 Fan heart:

The Co-op has Mother's Day deals on flowers and Fairtrade chocolates.

Check out what's on offer in your local store and treat your mum.

Become a Co-op member to get £3 off when you spend £10 in store until Tuesday, April 11.

When you buy selected Co-op products and services, 2p for every £1 you spend goes into your Co-op Membership account and Co-op gives the same amount to support community organisations and local causes.

*For Mother's Day prize draw Terms & Conditions email: [email protected].


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