Win £100 to spend at Wickes
We've teamed up with Wickes this half term for your chance to redecorate your child's bedroom or spend £100 on whatever you like in the store.
With the dark nights upon us, there's never been a better time to visit Wickes for a great range of home security products and lighting.
If you have someone 12 or under in your family, they could win you £100 to spend in-store at Wickes Winterhill off the V6 in central Milton Keynes.
For your chance to win, just ask your child (age 12 or under) to draw or paint a Halloween picture. You can include anything you like as long as it's magical and spooky.
Simply take your painting or picture with your child to Customer Services to enter (ensuring your name and phone number is on the back). The manager and staff will then pick their favourite picture to win the £100 voucher.
MKFM will also be at the store on Saturday between 11am and 3pm awarding spot prizes for everyone who brings their picture or painting.
Terms and Conditions
You can enter your picture or painting between 10am on Wednesday 26th of October and 3pm on Saturday 29th of October during usual store opening hours.
All entries must be taken to customer services at Wickes, Winterhill, Snowdon Dr, Winterhill, Milton Keynes MK6 1AP.
All entries must be drawn or painted by someone who is aged 12 or under.
The judges are the management team of Wickes Milton Keynes, no correspondence will be entered into and their decision is final.
This competition is subject to our standard terms and conditions which can be found here.
The winner will be telephoned and announced on MKFM and our social media channels.
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