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Answer some questions on children and TV and win £250 of vouchers

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 30-Sep-08 20:26:23

It's survey time again and this time there's another chance to win vouchers worth £250 for either The White Company, SpaceNK, or Boden.

Freeview and Dr Tanya Byron are putting together a major report on children and television and want to know what you think. If you have a child aged 2-9 and live in the UK, please complete this survey.

They're also looking for 20 folks to take part in an online focus group on a private section of Talk. Again they want folks with children aged 2-9 and you need to be available to take part in online discussions from Oct 6th - 17th including a one hour online discussion with Dr Tanya Byron on Friday 17th October from 1-2pm. Everyone who is chosen and takes part in this online focus group will receive £25 worth of Amazon vouchers. If you're interested, click here.


avenanap Tue 30-Sep-08 20:33:08

The space at the end where you pop your email address in doesn't work.

bonkerz Tue 30-Sep-08 20:37:03


Hulababy Tue 30-Sep-08 20:52:12


spamm Tue 30-Sep-08 21:01:33


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 30-Sep-08 21:02:48

avenanap, seems to work for me!

LIZS Tue 30-Sep-08 21:05:53


ruddynorah Tue 30-Sep-08 21:06:26


andyrobo237 Tue 30-Sep-08 21:09:00

All done - I never win tho sad

sweetcat Tue 30-Sep-08 21:11:11


singyswife Tue 30-Sep-08 21:11:33

Done the survey but cannot join the discussion thingy as I will not be available on the 17th for the discussion.

castille Tue 30-Sep-08 21:12:52

NOT FAIR! Where are the comps for us non UK resident folk?


Sexonlegs Tue 30-Sep-08 21:20:53

When I click on "Next" nothing happens hmm

tortoise Tue 30-Sep-08 21:22:10


fryalot Tue 30-Sep-08 21:25:02



And unless someone is very quick with giving birth, I suspect the answers to question 21 "how many children do you have?" and question 22 "how many children do you have?" will be the same.

singyswife Tue 30-Sep-08 21:26:05

lol, yeah i noticed that too.

tortoiseshell Tue 30-Sep-08 21:31:45


LilRedWG Tue 30-Sep-08 22:25:02


GodzillasBumcheek Tue 30-Sep-08 22:27:11

Awwww....but DD1 and DD2 are too old, and DD3 is too young

Raaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrh! (Stamps feet)

CherryChapstick Tue 30-Sep-08 22:30:22

<Holds out hands for prize.>

IdrisTheDragon Tue 30-Sep-08 22:31:23

Done smile

Sawyer64 Tue 30-Sep-08 22:31:45


saint2shoes Tue 30-Sep-08 22:35:24

why does the agegroup have to be 2-9
this always excludes people who have dc's with sn and still watch programmes when they are older

corblimeymadam Tue 30-Sep-08 22:50:42

Message withdrawn

LynetteScavo Tue 30-Sep-08 22:57:52

I will be at work at that time on the 17th, so I shall be sitting up straight and looking like I'm working, and I might have to take a call. But hey, I'm a woman, I can multi-task.

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