Competitions & Fun
Free and easy to enter competitions.
Welcome to the competitions and fun section of the Mature Times website – the voice of our generation! This area of the site is packed with competitions that are free to enter giving you the chance to win all sorts of different goodies on a regular basis.
Books, CD’s or DVD’s, theatre tickets, or holidays - there is always something worth winning on the Mature Times website.
New competitions are being added all the time – if you would like to receive automatic notifications of these, simply go to the registration area of our website, register for free, enter your full postal address and choose competitions as one of your interests – then you will receive regular updates.
- Friday, 18 October 2013
The typical adult has retained 22 pieces of advice that their grandparents or elderly relatives have shared with them, a study has found. 'Good manners don't cost anything', 'You can only do your best' and 'Treat others the way you would like to be treated' are some of the most common words of wisdom grandparents have passed down.
Researchers revealed the most common advice that has stayed with us is 'Good manners don't cost anything', followed by 'You can only do your best.'
Other gems included 'never let your petrol go below quarter of a tank' and 'never go to bed on an argument'.
- Friday, 11 October 2013
The winners of our competition to win a sample selection of sexual lubricant from Woo Hoo! are:
Isobel Gibbons - Lancashire
Brian Painter - Hereforshire
Scarlett Brannan - Cheshire
Karen Wadkin - Tyne and Wear
- Friday, 04 October 2013
The winners of our competition to win the latest book by Lesley Pearse are:
Rachel Blackmore - East Sussex
Carole Portess - Lincolnshire
Henry Creese - Midlothian
- Thursday, 03 October 2013
Three sets of grandparents from across the country have been selected as Grandparent Ambassadors by global toy manufacturer TOMY.
The winners, from Blackburn, Nottingham and Eastbourne, won a national competition to find grandparents who go above and beyond the call of duty for their grandchildren. As well as raising their own children, they play significant roles in bringing up their grandchildren, providing invaluable support that allows their grandchildren to have a stable upbringing and start in life.