Thursday, 18 February 2016

Win a copy of The Stick Man DVD with The Forestry Commission

Did you catch the brilliant Stick Man on TV at Christmas?  Well, the fabulous Julia Donaldson story is now available in animated DVD, with the voices of Huge Bonneville, Martin Freeman, Jennifer Saunders and Sally Hawkins.

Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three." Join Stick Man on an incredible adventure across the seasons as he runs from a playful dog, gets thrown in a river, escapes from a swan’s nest and even ends up on top of a fire. Will he get back to his family in time for Christmas?




To celebrate the 24 Stick Man trails running at various locations across England with The Forestry Commission, I have a copy of the DVD to give away to one lucky reader here on my blog.


The self-led trails are free to complete, but it's well worth buying the pack for £3 which is available on site so you can complete bark rubbing activities and make your own Stick Man as you go around.  While following the trail route, children and families can take part in activities based on their favourite book character. The trails will lead children and families through the forests using activity points which allow them to live the epic adventures of Stick Man, whilst also learning about the importance of forests for people, wildlife and timber.  


The Forestry Commission are also encouraging visitors to make Super-Hero stick people and have free downloadable activity sheet and are running their own competition asking people to share pictures of their Super Sticks on their Facebook wall to win a Stick Man goody bag worth £50.

If you'd like the chance to win a copy of the DVD, simply visit The Forestry Commission site here:  http://bit.ly/FCstickman and leave a comment stating where your nearest trail is.  One winner will be picked at random to win the DVD.  Open to UK entrants only.  Closing date is midnight Sunday 28 February 2016.

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Disclosure: The prize will be fulfilled by The Forestry Commission, and I have a working relationship with them.  I received a copy of the DVD in exchange for this post.

85 comments:


  1. Kielder Water and Forest Park Stickman trail

    AShleigh

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  2. Mine is the forest of Dean

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  3. Kielder Water and Forest Park Stickman trail

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  4. My nearest is Salcey Forest, which is a lovely place to walk in!

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  5. Wendover Woods, Buckinghamshire

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  6. Haughmond Hill, Shropshire - although it quite a trek!

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  7. none listed for nrthern ireland :(

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  8. The Wyre Forest is my closest trail!

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  9. Delamere Forest Stickman trail is my closest

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  10. Top Lodge Fineshade Wood Stickman trail is mine!

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  11. Westonbirt Arboretum

    Lucy I

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  12. Kielder Water and Forest Park Stickman trail

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  13. We are lucky enough to have Stick Man at Weald Country Park

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  14. Thetford Forest

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  15. Margaret Clarkson
    Dalby Forest

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  16. Mine is
    Westonbirt, The National Arboretum Stickman trail

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  17. Thames chase

    trevor linvell

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  18. High Lodge, Thetford Forest

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  19. Stick Man trail at Kielder Water and Forest Park

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  20. My nearest trail is at Haldon Forest Park close to Exeter.

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  21. My nearest trail is at Delamere Forest.

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  22. Delamere Forest Stickman trail

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  23. we dont hsve one here :( shame as we love the gruffalo trail!

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  24. Cardinham woods

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  25. Alice Holt - we did the trail over half term, my daughter loved it!

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  26. Moors Valley Country park is our nearest trail.

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  27. Wyre Forest stick man trail.

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  28. Our nearest trail is at Delamere Forest!

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  29. Kielder Water and Forest Park Stickman trail

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  30. Our nearest site is Haughmond Hill, Shropshire. We've been quite recently x

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  31. Our nearest is the Stick Man Trail at Haldon Forest Park :)

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  32. Samantha Wheeler28 February, 2016 20:05

    Haldon Forest

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  33. My nearest is moors valley country park

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  34. Alice Holt Forest - no idea where that is, over 60 miles away unfortunately :-(

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