Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Giveaway : Pure Chesil CD (ended)

Ah, a British seaside holiday, who can beat it? Pack your wellies, a warm coat, waterproof, several layers of clothing, a flask and a windbreak and you too can enjoy a day of building sandcastles, running in and out of the freezing cold waves and playing French cricket badly. No matter what we do on the beach, I love to see the sea and could spend hours just watching and listening to the waves crash on to the shore.


Photo : Alison Bayne
If like me, you miss the sea but only get to visit on an annual holiday, the Pure Chesil CD is worth a listen. With no dreary whale song and not a Casio keyboard in sight, it was recorded on Chesil Beach in Dorset and can bring the calming sound of the waves into your home; wherever you live.

Great for meditation, calming down kids in the classroom, getting to sleep, practising yoga or reliving your holiday memories, this CD, recorded not far from the Olympic sailing site, is sold in support of the national marine conservation research charity The Sea Watch Foundation, which is dedicated to the protection of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises, around the UK. Each year these sea creatures face depletion and local extinction by continuing threat, such as capture in fishing gear or pollution, but the work and research of the Sea Watch Foundation ensures they are protected and monitored.

To celebrate World Oceans Day on 8th June, Mumtopia is giving away a copy of Pure Chesil. Follow the instructions in the rafflecopter box below, to enter the giveaway. This giveaway is open to all world citizens.
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You can buy Pure Chesil, which brings the sounds of the Jurassic coastline into your home here at a special price of £9.99.

6 comments:

  1. I'd love to see more about recycling as it's one of my favourite things to do. Make new stuff out of old.

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    1. Thanks for your feedback, Jackie, I really appreciate it. I must have read your mind as I wrote this post this afternoon! http://mumtopia.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/relearn-sewing-and-recycle-your-clothes.html

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  2. I am always happy for any crafting ideas that I could do with my toddler :)

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  3. Thanks for your feedback, Carolin; I'll try to do something like that soon.

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  4. I agree with Carolin, my son is a little young yet but always keeping an eye out for fun creative things we can do at home :)

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    1. Hope this is a good start, Hazel. :)
      http://mumtopia.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/rubbish-robots.html

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