The Olympics has us all interested in sports and getting fit. Children will want to copy athletes and re-create Olympic sports with their friends at home and at school. Encouraging children to participate in sports will not only keep them fit and healthy, it will also help to use up some of their energy, whilst helping to stimulate their brains and improve their concentration.
To celebrate the 2012 Olympics, Busy Bees Benefits are giving parents the opportunity to win £250 worth of sports equipment for their child’s school, nursery or childcare setting.
Simply ‘like’ us on Facebook
Twitter to be entered into a prize draw.‘follow’ and ‘retweet’ us on
The competition will close on the 31st August 2012 and the winner will be drawn at random on Monday the 3rd September and notified via Facebook, on this page and on Twitter.
Busy Bees Benefits will send the winners sports equipment to their child’s school, nursery or other childcare setting within 2 weeks of being announced. Arrangements to be made with the school, nursery or setting for delivery.
Terms and Conditions
Entrants can enter on both Facebook and Twitter. The winner will be notified directly on Facebook and/or Twitter and will have 4 weeks to respond. If the winner does not respond within this time another winner will be selected at random.
Busy Bees Benefits are a childcare voucher and other benefits provider.
Childcare Vouchers are a government-initiated employee benefit scheme for working parents to save money on the cost of childcare. Childcare vouchers can be used to pay for any registered childcare for children up to the age of 16. They operate as a salary sacrifice scheme which is available via employers allowing parents to sacrifice up to £55 per week for childcare vouchers. Childcare vouchers are tax free and national insurance exempt, saving working parents up to £933 per year on the cost of their childcare.
For more information visit www.busybeesbenefits.com or click here to go to our childcare voucher guide.
Do you want to save more?
We are currently campaigning to increase the cap allowance from £55 to £75 per week which would increase savings to more than £1200 per parent, per year.
Help us to help you save more by signing our e-petition.
For more information visit our campaign page on our website.