Mum in a million

This Mother’s Day, we are celebrating all of the amazing Mum’s by hosting a digital competition on our Facebook and Instagram page.

If you would like to enter, keep an eye on our social media pages from the 1st of March and keep your eyes peeled for the opportunity to win a £100 voucher for your Mum’s favourite Handforth Dean store!

To receive an additional entry into our Mum in a Million competition, complete the form below.


    ‘Mum in a Million’ Terms and Conditions

    1. The Handforth Dean ‘Mum in a Million’ competition will be open for entries from 10 am on Thursday 1st March until 12pm on Thursday 8th March 2024.
    2. To enter the competition the entrant must follow Handforth Dean on Instagram and Facebook, like the post on Handforth Dean Instagram or Facebook post and tag your Motherly figure in the competition post.
    3. All entries for each day will be put in a random number generator with one entry selected at random who will win a £100 voucher for the Handforth Dean store of your Motherly figures choice.
    4. There is no cash alternative available.
    5. The prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged. 
    6. The winner will be notified via the social media account they used to enter the competition.
    7. By entering the promotion you accept these terms and conditions and agree to participate in any publicity associated with this promotion.
    8. If the entrants fail to agree to these terms and conditions they will be automatically excluded from the promotion.
    9. The promoter and partners have arranged this competition in good faith and cannot accept liability in any matter relating to the competition whatsoever.
    10. The entrant’s personal information will not be passed on to any third parties other than where legally or contractually obliged. 
    11. Employees of Handforth Dean Retail Park and their relatives can enter this competition. 
    12. The Promoter reserves the right to cancel the competition at any stage. These terms and conditions are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

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