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Mums half hour web TV show plus Win a years Supply of Startrite vouchers!

Mums half hour is a web TV series designed especially for mums by mums. The program is made up of a panel of real mums (that’s you and me) and Mummy bloggers who will use the half an hour to discuss different topics ranging from fashion and education to sport and parenting, and they will also answers your questions which can be submitted before the show or during whilst the show is live to get answered.

The first show which was hosted by Tamzin Outhwaite has also gone out and can be viewed on youtube!

The program is sponsored by Startrite (I personally have not used Startrite shoes, but with three little ones I do know how the cost of proper fitted shoes can add up) so you will like this next bit. If you submit a question with your details you could stand the chance to win a years supply of Startrite shoes! Pretty cool hey!

This weeks episode is tomorrow (8th July) at one thirty and will be discussing holiday dilemmas with the panel giving their top tips on what to do with your children during the holidays, from charity farms to nature trails, to encouraging them to use their imagination to create their own fun games.We all know how holidays times are great for children but can be hard work for the parent’s who have to be imaginative but also cost effective! So head over to view tomorrow and see if you can get some tips and send in your questions! Remember the prize you could win! 

Note: This post was written of my own volition and was not sponsored in any way via means of money or freebies. I have written this post because i actually feel it will be of interest, value and help to my readers! 

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