Giveaway: Kids Towelling Cover Up

By | August 20, 2012

It’s not long until our summer holiday when we’re off glamping for a week near the sea, riding on trains and other fun stuff! I can’t wait to pack our trunkis, choose some favourite toys and go. We’re all very excited to have a change of scenery and see family before school starts again.

I have a very lovely towelling cover up to giveaway to a reader of treading on lego today. Cover ups are perfect for the beach when children are running in and out of the sea, great for keeping little people warm or just brilliant beach or swimming pool wear.

beach cover up

It’s 100% cotton and machine washable, very practical and in nautical blue and white stripes with a jaunty red anchor. It also has a handy hood which will ensure your little one will be cosy whilst having fun. This cover up is for 3-6 years.


I have one nautical cover up for age 3-6 years to giveaway to one reader of treading on lego. For your chance to win leave me a comment telling me your favourite beach or outdoor space. As a Londoner mine has to be London’s Southbank!

For an extra entry follow me on twitter and retweet about the competition using the button below.

The competition closes at 8pm on August 28th. The winner will be selected at random from all the entries received and notified within 3 days of the closing date via their email address or twitter handle. The prize is as stated: no cash alternatives are available. This competition is open to UK  and ROI entrants only.

***** The winner is Laura Davies *****

117 thoughts on “Giveaway: Kids Towelling Cover Up

  1. kerry leverton

    we love camber sands on the South Coast, perfect sand clean water,

  2. angela sandhu

    I have to agree with the Southbank. Its gorgeous, during the daytime as well as the evening!

  3. kayleigh bates

    Rhossili at the gower swansea, most beautiful beach in the world x

  4. Laura Davies

    We live in the beautiful Gower coast in Wales and our favourite beach is called Norton…it’s quiet and nestled away from the more popular beaches and has a magical just discovered by us quality about it. We have spent many happy days there as a family!!

  5. Dale Arnold

    Bottany Bay near Broadstairs in Kent, beautifil beach surrounded by white cliffs..

  6. kayleigh louise

    the beach we go 2 in peurto pollenca is just amazing x

  7. Ian Brooks

    Tentsmuir Beach in Fife, it is between Tayport and Leuchars on the road to St. Andrews. Really beautiful. You need £2 to gain access through the automatic gate on the private roadway. Takes £1 and £2 coins. We go along the path for 20 or so minutes walk and that gets you away from any crowds, if it is a nice day. Just watch out for the herd of cows that wander amongst the sand dunes!

  8. leah finch

    Whitesands Pembrokeshire..great for the loads..take picnic for long lovely day..

  9. marina wilson

    we love st annes beach just to the left of the pier. Its really sheltered and only 6 miles away so not far to go

  10. Jenny

    Waldringfield Beach in Suffolk – lots of childhood memories!

  11. claire fawkner

    Bedruthan Steps in Cornwall is the most beautiful beach that I have ever been too!

  12. Kirsty Miller

    We love Porth Beach nr Newquay, Cornwall 🙂

  13. cheryl lovell

    I love a local park to me called Townley park 🙂

  14. Nicola Biven

    St Annes Beach, but the secluded bit between the sand yacht club and the pier, my daughter and I love to go for picnics there 🙂

  15. diane findlay

    a tiny little beach at brancaster . its almost always empty

  16. Jennifer Sample

    We love The Marine Lake in West Kirby, Wirral – it is gorgeous and a great place to take the kids – when the tide is out you can take a walk to the little island but you have to be quick or you will get stuck when the tide comes in lol


    luskentyre on the isle of harris western isles

  18. Sinead O'Callaghan

    My favourite beach is Praia Tres Irmaos, Alvor in Portugal! It’s a long sweep of golden sand, perfect for walking, building sandcastles and swimming. An added bonus is the number of child friendly restaurants where you can sit and watch the sun set while sipping sangia!

  19. anna

    little hamptons, a really nice beach and not too far from london

  20. anna

    following you on twitter and tweeted, my twitter is @ummziyad

  21. Janet Coverdale

    We love filey North Yorkshire a nice pleasant place with no amusements

  22. Jules Naybur

    I adore Wells-Next-The-Sea in North Norfolk, when the tide is out, there is miles upon miles of sandy beach to play on x

  23. Jackie Foster

    Mine has to be Weymouth Bay it’s clean, sheltered and perfect for all ages it’s very pretty but then i would say that as i was born here !

  24. emma cella

    following you on twitter and tweeted, my twitter is @handbag2000

  25. olivia kirby

    Our favourite beach is Reighton Sands at North Yorkshire, miles and miles of flat sand and no crowds.

  26. sarah clegg

    ooooooh its just got to be weymouth dorset their beach is just literally to die for!! 🙂

  27. sarah clegg

    following u on twitter and tweeted as sarahclegg2


  28. Felicity Lawrence

    Mwnt beach near Cardigan is fantastic. A nice sheltered cove with beautiful views and lovely sandy beach. We can’t wait to go back next year!

  29. Caroline H

    Nairn beach in the North of Scotland is quite stunning and goes on for miles!

  30. Sarah Morris

    West Wittering in West Sussex is lovely, I used to go there a lot when I was a kid with family and friends and now when I take my little boy there I am always reminded of those fun times I had there, it is a proper quaint seaside beach, no mass commercialism or shops, just miles of beach.

  31. Lynn Tibby

    Clacton on sea. There is lovely sand and a great family friendly pier.

  32. Catherine Miller

    Ours has to be Westbrook Bay near where Nanny lives!

  33. Donna Lawton

    I love Apple Tree Bay in The Isles of Scilly. I have always loved it there. My hubby was planning on proposing to me there because of this reason but he couldn’t wait till the holiday so he proposed on Christmas Day! x

  34. nicola barter

    skegness beach brings back childhood memories

  35. Emma K

    It’s a tie between Perranporth Beach in Cornwall and Bournemouth Beach. Both stunning and unique.

  36. Clare Martin

    I love Bournemouth beach, it’s my favourite place to go in the summer!

  37. Lesley Bain

    Roseisle Beach on the Moray Firth in Scotland….my home 🙂 It is absolutely rugged wild and beautiful, we have had many happy family days and evening bbq’s there with friends x

    Tweeted @lastkiss5

  38. Gemma Clark

    has to be cornwall, gorgeous beaches 🙂 following and tweeting @gemmaclark6 thankyou x

  39. Jacquieline Lloyd

    Id love to cover up Lilly in this lovely top on our wonderful beaches in the Gower
    coast, near our home

  40. Karen Barrett

    Well in an ideal world it’s Byron Bay in Queensland however on a practical level I’m going with Ainsdale Beach

  41. Alice Hindley

    I have followed and re-tweeted – tweet me @aesop30

  42. Lynda Woolnough

    Wells Next The Sea – Norfolk. It has a vast sandy beach bordered by pine woods

  43. Lisa Wilkinson

    I love East Park in Hull. We like to take a picnic and there is a free zoo and water splash area. We can spend the whole day then when the weather is sunny.

  44. Lisa Wilkinson

    I’m following on Twitter and tweeted – @WeeWillieWilkie

  45. Prerna Gupta

    My favourite is also South bank..I just love to sit there ans watch the world go by!


    My favourite beach is Filey, its rarely busy so lots of space to play and splash and a huge park at the top too x

  47. Jenny Rogers

    The beach at Rhyl brings back lots of childhood memories.

  48. Charlotte Jones

    My Nana lives in Mablethorpe (lincs) & whilst it’s very touristy, we love going there to visit her and my toddler has just started going on the small rides & loves them! 🙂

  49. Serena Stampfer

    Rowntrees Park in York. So beautiful and peaceful and loads to do for everyone.

  50. sarah redfern

    Daymer Bay, Cornwall. The best beach for little ones x

  51. Christine Mutter

    Rhyl is my best local (ish) beach, love taking the kids there

  52. Maria Jane Knight

    The Discovery Centre in Notley,Essex is a fantastic vast outside play area for children. It has sandpits,little wooden huts,slides,swings,climbing frames,water play and more. It has something to cater for all ages from walking to teenage. Lots of green to sit on, a cafe and toilets. Dog friendly and plenty of shaded areas for picnics too.

  53. Lucy carter

    Clacton beach in Essex, my kids love playing there 🙂


    My favourite beach is Hayle Towans in Cornwall, its fabulous 3 miles of glorious sand.

  55. nikki reynolds

    I love Scarborough beach but thats probably because i can walk to the beach in 10 mins from home 🙂

  56. rose p

    Afandou beach in rhodes so long you can always a space on your own

  57. Karen Shuttleworth

    Mudeford sandspit – you get to catch a cool land train to get there, the sand is lovely and you can see the Isle of Wight!

  58. Helen Smith

    Colwyn Bay/Rhos on Sea in North Wales. Lovely, clean, long stretch of sand- great for paddling.

Comments are closed.