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DC aged 5-15? Want to test out Dreams children’s mattresses? £300 to be won for feedback! NOW CLOSED

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EmmaMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 19-Apr-18 10:42:46

A good night’s sleep is just as important for our children as it is for us and we all know a tired child often isn’t fun for anyone! Dreams would like us to find 60 UK Mumsnetters with a child aged 5-15 to try out one of their mattress from their Little Big Dreams range.

Here’s what Dreams has to say: “We all remember what it was like to be young. The world looked bigger then, and a land of infinite opportunities. We filled our time with playing, acting and dreaming of the things we wanted to be. It was those dreams that ultimately shaped our future. They made us into what we are today.

Now it’s our children’s turn to dream. It’s their future and who knows what it holds. They need their sleep, and a good night’s sleep is the best sleep of all. That’s why they need a good mattress. They will be better prepared, more imaginative, more able to cope with the busy day ahead.

All we can do is help them to make the most of it, to be the best they can be, and to be all they want to be. We believe every child should be able to sleep well and dream big, and this is the proposition which inspired our brand, Little Big Dreams.”

Selected testers will be sent one of the below mattresses to test with their child:

Moon Chaser (Traditional Spring) - The traditional spring mattress gives fantastic support with the advantage of an anti-allergy fabric treatment for a healthy night’s sleep, and helps to keep your child dreaming for longer. This mattress has a medium comfort.

Star Gazer (Foam) - The foam mattress has a removable, washable top panel to ensure your child always has a hygienic sleeping environment. The mattress has a water repellent layer underneath the removable panel to keep the mattress clean and ensure your child can get back to sleep quickly in the case of any night time accident. This mattress has a firm comfort.

Dream Catcher (Pocket Spring) - The pocket spring mattress provides outstanding support for the developing child. The mattress has a luxurious cover with both anti allergy and heat regulating treatments to make sure your child sleeps well every night. The top panel is removable and washable, with a handy waterproof layer underneath, to keep the mattress clean and fresh for the lifetime of the mattress. This mattress has a medium firm comfort.

The three mattresses are all available in Standard UK Single 90cm x 190cm & in Standard EU Single 90cm x 200cm. If for a top bunk, midlseeper or highsleeper please check the maximum mattress height does not exceed 15cm.

Testers will be required to test the mattresses for 40 nights and to then leave their feedback on a feedback thread on Mumsnet and by filling out a short survey. All testers who leave the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £300 voucher of their choice (from a list).

If you would like to take part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck!

MNHQ

Standard Insight T&Cs apply

eastmidswarwicknightnanny Thu 19-Apr-18 21:52:33

Sounds fantastic been looking at mattress' for my 7yr old who will not choose one as they are not comfy ( despite the fact his current one is 6yrs old and needs replacing) so I hope we get picked and test one he loves.

Tattybogle89 Thu 19-Apr-18 23:01:52

Done, this would be great. Thanks

Dinosaurdiva Fri 20-Apr-18 11:53:15

Sounds good. Would be lovely to have a comfy bed to snuggle up in with my sweet little girl at bed time

Backhometothenorth Fri 20-Apr-18 11:55:59

Done- my daughter would love to test a Little Big Dreams mattress!

rupert23 Fri 20-Apr-18 12:25:10

My son would love this might actually get a full nights sleep.

PerfectlySymmetricalButtocks Fri 20-Apr-18 13:13:51

Done 😆

AnneOfCleavage Fri 20-Apr-18 13:13:51

Have signed up. Looks brilliant smile
Thank you Mumsnet thanks

MummyBtothree Fri 20-Apr-18 14:50:41

Done! Fingers crossed 🍀

iklboo Fri 20-Apr-18 19:08:50

Done. DS would love to try out a new mattress and get the chance to be a consumer reporter.

lovewatchingrainfall Fri 20-Apr-18 19:09:40

Done

Chocolala Fri 20-Apr-18 19:12:38

Done!

lostintime17 Fri 20-Apr-18 20:57:55

Done smile

jammiebammie Fri 20-Apr-18 21:23:44

Done! The star gazer mattress sounds perfect for us, my dd (9) is disabled and had a bowel condition meaning we have ruined more mattresses than I care to count - mattress protector sheets either don’t work or leave her sweating buckets.
A removable washable mattress top sounds fantastic - if we’re not picked I really look forward to reading the reviews and if as good as it sounds I think it’s something we will look to buy.
Good luck everyone!

IggyAce Fri 20-Apr-18 22:03:09

Fingers crossed we're chosen, my normally very good sleeper son has started waking up early.

MrsKevo Fri 20-Apr-18 22:47:28

Amazing! Would love for my 7YO to test a mattress - all done xx

TheHobbitMum Sat 21-Apr-18 01:30:36

Another amazing tester opportunity offered by Mumsnet thank you, I have applied smile

SillyMoomin Sat 21-Apr-18 02:34:14

Brilliant idea, thanks

makeitpink Sat 21-Apr-18 06:52:20

Done! Would be good to see if a different mattress helps my 9yr old to sleep through!!

mintyneb Sat 21-Apr-18 07:19:29

Done. DD regularly has poor sleep so would be wonderful to get her to sleep through the night!

Queenelsarules Sat 21-Apr-18 09:03:06

Done, I hope we get to try one.

shaztwins1 Sat 21-Apr-18 09:12:24

Fingers crossed 😃the kids need new ones so if the reviews are good i may invest in a few

SuzCG Sat 21-Apr-18 09:12:57

My DS has never been comfy on his mattress and I know he needs a new one - to get some advice from experts and be able to try something before we invest again would be brilliant. Fingers crossed...

Sidge Sat 21-Apr-18 16:31:39

Hope I’m not too late! I’ve entered.

DD2 is 14, has complex SN and is awaiting major spinal surgery. Her mattress is a bit old and tired (much like me...!) and a new one would make a world of difference to her comfort, as well as her recovery.

Fingers crossed 🤞🏻

Baileycakes Sat 21-Apr-18 16:45:42

Done! It would be great to try it out smile

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