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Nestle Go Free Vouchers are back
Find vouchers on the back of Nestle cereal packs and Rowntrees sweets and a range of other products.

The voucher entitles you to free sports activities at leisure centres around the country. Last year I saved a packet getting free Badminton courts which are usually £9-00 a time. It is almost worth buying the cereals just for the vouchers!

Valid for tennis, badminton, swimming, football, golf , squash, martial arts and dancing lessons.

9 Comments

Not sure if this is classified as a Freebie as you need to spend to get this

Original Poster

Sorry which section does this sort of thing belong.

Could be considered a freebie for those like me who buy the cereal anyway!

Donger

Thanks for making us aware of this being back again and welcome Donger :thumbsup:

thank you , i find your post very helpful as i will use the vouchers for me and the children to go swimming as my locol leisure centre is taking part in the promo.

ruth1971

thank you , i find your post very helpful as i will use the vouchers for … thank you , i find your post very helpful as i will use the vouchers for me and the children to go swimming as my local leisure centre is taking part in the promo.

do you have to include children in your activity or can it be all adults?

Rated hot either way

You may want to think about avoiding Nestle products. The company is indirectly responsible for the deaths of babies.

Many European universities, colleges and schools have banned the sale of Nestlé products from their shops and vending machines. In the United Kingdom, hundreds of businesses, faith groups, health groups, consumer groups, local authorities, trade unions, education groups, politicians, and celebrities support the boycott.

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Think about the children



mekon

You may want to think about avoiding Nestle products. The company is … You may want to think about avoiding Nestle products. The company is indirectly responsible for the deaths of babies.Many European universities, colleges and schools have banned the sale of Nestlé products from their shops and vending machines. In the United Kingdom, hundreds of businesses, faith groups, health groups, consumer groups, local authorities, trade unions, education groups, politicians, and celebrities support the boycott.]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9_boycott]http://www.babymilkaction.org/pages/boycott.htmlThink about the children



:? Surely Breastfeeding is a choice and if someone decides not to based on a advert for Nestle products then they are sad.

God this world is ****** up!!

Syzable

:? Surely Breastfeeding is a choice and if someone decides not to based … :? Surely Breastfeeding is a choice and if someone decides not to based on a advert for Nestle products then they are sad.



We're talking third world countries here where education standards are very poor, and the mothers aren't informed what is best for their babies. And Nestle are there at the hospitals aggressively marketing their formula milk.

Syzable

God this world is ****** up!!



You're not wrong there.
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