Win a ‘Freddie the Fire Engine’ Trunki


It’s giveaway time on the blog again!

As a family we love to travel, both here in the UK, and abroad. And these trips with young children have been made infinitely easier by the accompaniment of a Trunki (or two in our case!). In fact, due to the generosity of family and friends, we actually have 3 Trunkis floating about our house, one of which is used to store a load of toy cars at all times (when you’re 4 it’s much easier to pull your collection about as and when ๐Ÿ˜‰ ). 

Our Trunkis have negotiated the crowds at Gatwick Airport on the way to Spain, as well as being zoomed around a Shropshire holiday cottage over New Year. They are the perfect solution to holding your little one’s toys, books and accessories on the go, as they fit SO well on a plane, train or in the back foot-well of a car, and I actually couldn’t imagine us not having one now *sniff*. 

Freddie absolutely adores his Trunki namesake ‘Freddie the Fire Engine’, and even after 3 years of wear and tear it is still going strong. 

You really can’t fault such good design!

As part of my second blogoversary celebrations (whoop whoop!) and in honour of my boy, Iโ€™m giving away a brand new (not our slightly battered, much-loved one, don’t worry) ‘Freddie the Fire Engine’ Trunki, to one lucky winner, so your little one can travel in style!

All you have to do is answer the following question:

โ€œWhere in the world did you most want to visit as a child?”

Leave me your answer in the comment box below, and confirm you have done this using the Rafflecopter widget. You can also gain extra entries by following me on Twitter, Pintrest, Facebook and Instagram!

Good luck!

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Terms and Conditions: Competition closes at 12.00am (midnight) GMT on Monday 30th November 2015. Entries received after this time and date will not be valid. UK residents only. Entrants must be 18 and over. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter after the closing date and will be notified within 5 days of competition end. Only entrants received via the Rafflecopter widget will be considered valid. Winner will a Freddie the Fire Engine Trunkie. This giveway is not in association with Trunkie- Again, Iโ€™m just feeling generous as it’s my second blog birthday!

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172 thoughts on “Win a ‘Freddie the Fire Engine’ Trunki”

  1. America! All parts of America! I have always been fascinated by the US. I used to watch American TV programmes, dream of going to an American high school, living in the suburbs and shopping in big malls. I even used to try and do the accent!
    I still dream about it to this day!
    So, USA was definitely on the top of my list to go…

  2. Florida, to do all the Disney thing, unfortunately I still have not been now and I am 34 with 3 kids, and cant afford to go boo hoo ๐Ÿ™

  3. When I was little my world was England. I always wanted to visit Blackpool as my Gran used to tell me wonderful stories of her holidaying there. I still haven’t been!

  4. Canada. My favourite primary school teacher emigrated to Canada, she used to send us letters and it sounded so amazing. It’s still on my bucket list ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. We never went on holiday & I can’t remember ever yearning to go anywhere. My first proper holiday was to Egypt when I was 20.

  6. As a young child I always wanted to go to America to see Red Indians,squaws and babies in papooses fascinated me.When I was older I always wanted to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum ,I still do as I haven’t made it there yet x

  7. China beacuse my parents always told me off for digging deep holes in the garden saying I would end up in China if I did ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. At first, I wanted to go to Disney World. Once we went there (last few days on the child ticket cost), I dreamed of visiting France and England. As an American, they seemed so far away. I never expected to end up living over here!

  9. Australia, I had an aunt who lived there she used to send postcards and prezzies to me, would love a cuddle with a koala

  10. I read about Mongolia in my Encylopedia Brittania & begged my parents constantly to bring me there! Never happened though…

  11. That’s a tough question, I can’t remember wanting to go anywhere as a child. My parents always took us all over the country on trips but I did not get my wanderlust until my late twenties when I left and never went home again!

  12. My mother went to Italy when she was young and I used to look at all of the beautiful books she brought back. I’d love to visit Italy x

  13. Lapland. I’ve wanted to go since i was a little girl and i still want to go. I’m hoping to go next year with our three little ones xxx

  14. I know it sound sad but I always wanted to go to the Isle of Wight as I really thought it was a different Country to the UK and it sounded lovely (I’m not saying it’s not a great place now I love it )

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