The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure with Goodies | WIN!*



We have worked with the lovely people at Organix a few times now and this time we have a competition for our readers. 

Celebrating its partnership with the new Gruffalo River Ride Adventure at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Organix are giving a lucky winner the chance to win a Gruffalo Book and a £10 bundle of its top selling Goodies healthy snacks. 

All you need to do is comment below with your favourite Julia Donaldson book and why it is your (or your childs!!!) favourite and we will be in touch with the winner, when they will be chosen at random before the 28th September 2017. 

T&Cs: One Book will be provided per competition winner. The prize is non refundable and non transferable and there is no cash alternative.


The gruffalo

But even if you don't manage to win some goodies you still get a chance to go and test out the ride...


Organix Goodies is partnering with Chessington World of Adventures Resort and its new Gruffalo River Ride Adventure as it splashes into the Wild Woods, to offer little explorers (and mums and dads too) the chance to GO FREE*.

You can come face to face with the Gruffalo as you join Mouse on a picturesque riverboat journey through the deep dark wood, with exciting twists and turns along the way. We absolutely love theme parks and with the dare devil that is Daisy we will be going to test it out soon, hopefully!

Look out for The Gruffalo** promotion on multipacks of your little ones’ favourite Goodies snacks – from tasty oaty, crispy and fruit bars; corn puffs, including the new puffcorn; breadsticks and gingerbread men, farm animal and alphabet biscuits. Each multipack contains a voucher which gives one adult or one child free entry to Chessington World of Adventures Resort.

You’ll find the special Goodies Gruffalo packs in all major supermarkets and Boots stores from May 2017.

The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure with Goodies | WIN!*


We look forward to hearing all about your experiences at the park and the new ride! 

Good Luck! 

Organic snack ideas



*Go Free
- Each voucher gives ONE ADULT or ONE CHILD FREE entry with a full priced adult ticket purchased at the
entrance until 30.04.18 at Chessington World of Adventures Resort.
- Full priced adult tickets are £49 and full priced child tickets are £45.
- To redeem, vouchers should be cut out and taken to the entrance.
- The voucher can also be redeemed at Alton Towers Resort or SEA LIFE Bray (The Gruffalo River Ride
Adventure is only located at Chessington World of Adventures Resort).
- Only one free adult or child per entry voucher.
- Children under 3 enter the Theme Park free of charge.
- This voucher cannot be used with any other promotion, advanced booking or tickets bought online or by
phone.
- Full T’s & C’s at chessington.com/organix




* PR collaboration.

75 comments

  1. Oo this is a tough question! I absolutely LOVE Julia Donaldson books! My favourite would have to be a squash and a squeeze! Wonderful rhymes and I love the moral of the story. It's a book I love reading to my little boy and he's even started to read along. But saying that, my little boy ADORES the story The Gruffalo. It's definitely a favourite. He curls up into bed with his snake and Gruffalo toy and reads along with me. His favourite part would be when the mouse bumps into the snake. It's such a wonderful book because of the detail they go into how the Gruffalo looks, the rhyming and the illustrations ! Well done Julia Donaldson! Truly magnificent !

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    1. She is fabulous isn't she! I am not sure I could choose my favourite!

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  2. Monkey Puzzle. My little girl loves the colours and I love the rhymes!

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    1. Oh I haven't read that one! I will put it on our Christmas list!

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  3. Oh my girls absoulately love Julia Donaldson, would probably have to say room on the broom or tabby the cat :)

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  4. My little girl adores Zog and the flying doctors! Her favourite things are princesses and dragons and she loves playing doctors, it's a perfect match!

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    1. I haven't read either of those! They will have to go on our list! Our favourite at the moment is Sugarlump and the unicorn!

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    2. Hi Kelly, can you please get in touch with your contact details please as you are our winner of the Gruffalo prize! :)

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  5. Oh we love Julia Donaldson books...it's hard to pick a favourite, though we did enjoy Room on the Broom!

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  6. Omg. So hard to choose...
    But my son's favourite is I think WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD :)
    It was his theme book in nursery and he loves it. They had dressing up day and he was a prize cow from the book
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    1. Oh I love that one! I have What the ladybird heard next in my cupboard for presents / Christmas!

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  7. It has to be The Gruffalo! I've had four children of my own but also worked in Reception for the last 11 years and I have never known a book to capture young children's imagination like The Gruffalo does. After all these years I am still not bored of it and can now recite it word for word!

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    1. I have a friend who is a teacher who says the same! It is a great story!

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  8. My daughters favourite is monkey puzzle she just loves monkeys we have it every night before bedtime at the moment

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  9. My kids might be too old for this now, but I still think they'd LOVE this ride! Oh wow! We loved reading the Gruffalo when they were little.

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    1. Oh we've got that on the shelf to read soon!

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  11. The Original Gruffalo story is my little fella's favourite book full stop...especially when his daddy does the character voices ;) x

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  12. The Gruffalo's Child is my daughter's favourite because she loves the little gruffalo!

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  13. There's so many great ones to choose from, I think one we really love is Wake up do, Lydia Lou. My son loves all the funny noises throughout it and laughs at the ending.

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  14. Too many to choose from but if I had to pick one I'll say Stick Man

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  15. We love Room on the Broom. It makes my two-year old squeal with laughter and, although he says the dragon and the monster are a bit 'scaredy', he always wants to re-read it many times.

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  16. Room on the broom is definately the favourite in our houe, all 3 children love it!

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  17. The Smartest Giant in Town
    @fionaseaeagle

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  18. Room on the Broom. It's actually my favourite because it's a little like me - a bit of a witch who loves animals and gets herself into scrapes!

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  19. Sharing A Shell is my favourite, there are some life lessons in there

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  20. Stick Man, but it's hard to choose just one!

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  21. Room on the broom but all wonderful

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  22. My grandchildren adore all her books but our favourite at the moment is The Scarecrows' Wedding

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  23. We absolutely love Stick Man! So lovely when he finds his way home to the family tree!

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  24. Tales from Acorn Wood: Hide-and-Seek Pig

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  25. Zog and the flying doctors - leanne w

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  26. The Gruffalo - however, looking forward to her new book 'The Ugly Five'!

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  27. Monkey Puzzle as its a nice family story and has lots of fun animals too.

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  28. Stick Man. It makes me cry (but in a good way).

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  29. Room on the Broom - loads of fun, good morals, and We love Julia Donaldson books - they are all very emotive x

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  30. Tabby McTat is a lovely little cat story which includes singing with Fred the busker and has kittens too, everyone loves kittens, so definately our favourite.

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  31. The Highway Rat, we love it and can't wait for it to be shown at christmas this year on bbc1

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  32. THe Gruffalo, easy choice. There's something for children and adults - very diverse read.

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  33. My little 1 loves STICK MAN, its it fav book!

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  34. My daughter loves Room on the Broom as she can join in with the repeated phrases. She loves the animated version too. The gruffalo comes a very close 2nd!

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  35. The Snail and the Whale!!! my kids fave book ever! i quite love it too

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  36. The Gruffalo has always been the favourite

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  37. My daughter loves Tyranosaurus Drip at the moment.

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  38. We LOVE Julia Donaldson in this house, her books are so easy to read. There's nothing worse when it gets to bedtime and you done enjoy reading the book. My little one is only 18 months but a firm favourite in our house is 'A squash and a squeeze'! We live on a farm and he loves animals so we read the book whilst he does the noise of each of the animals...in the hope that he will eventually get the story ��

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  39. I love Julia Donaldson! Both of my girls LOVE room on the broom. I think we have such a strong love for it after it was on TV with Simon Pegg. Which is just done so brilliantly. Plus we saw it at our local puppet theater.

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  40. I like What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday, but all her books are great and have beautiful illustrations too.

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  41. the boys love the Gruffalo and stick man.

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  42. We love Superworm. He is such a hero and love how his friends rescue him when he gets wormnapped!!

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  43. Danielle Cox can you please get in touch as you have won our competition :)

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  44. Monkey puzzle. I read it over and over again with both of my sons, amazing book.

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  45. what the ladybird heard. i love how they underestimated the small ladybird but she saved the day

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  46. Really tough choice. My daughter (and I) love Julia Donaldson books. Sharing a snail, what the ladybeard heard and the scarecrow wedding are amongst her favourites, but for me I think it's definitely got the be the Grufdalo. Classic!

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  47. My daughter loves Room on the Broom!

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