Big J Trys An Experience Prize Thanks To Weetabix

Weetabix and Red Nose Day have teamed up to offer 9 amazing experience prizes in their pick a nose competition. Big J is lucky to be trialling one of the prizes that is on offer.
Big J was chosen to trial the Karate Konk training experience. The prize is 3 months Karate lessons plus a full years karate membership.
Once we had found a karate club that was close to home we were ready to join. The classes run for 1 hour and there are different sessions depending on ability. Big J is a beginner as he has never done Karate before.

 
We arrived as requested 20-30 minutes before the session started. Big J filled out his registration forms. He was shown the time table of different classes available. There was karate, kung fu and kickboxing. Big J chose kickboxing.


There was a shop on site for selling everything you might need. There was so much choice.

Once we had signed up we were shown around and big J starts next week. he is really looking forward to it. He has never shown an interest in anything like this before but after having a look round he is really keen and excited.

There are so many amazing experiences to be won on the Pick Your Nose competition, this is just one of them.

You could also win a trip to a Planetarium, The Zoo or The Aquarium plus more and there is also a mystery prize.

All you need to do to enter is buy a special pack of Weetabix and enter the unique code here for your chance to win. Also Weetabix will donate 5p from every pack to Comic Relief, helping people across the UK and Africa. 

Make sure you keep an eye out for more posts about big J's karate experience.
*we were asked to trial the above prize in return for a blog post. All thoughts and any opinions are our own*

4 comments

  1. This sounds wonderful, I wished my sons were interested in something like this but they can't tear themselves away from the XBOX *sigh*

    Hugs Michelle || www.ladywoolf.com

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  2. Wow! Lucky J! I used to love Karate. I'm sure he will have a lot of fun :)

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  3. Awww lucky little fella. Sounds like an amazing experience.
    I did karate when I was younger - A long time ago lol
    Thanks for sharing hun
    Charlotte x

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  4. My daughter did karate when she was 6, then again at 10. I really wish she kept it up. This is a great opportunity :)

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