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    Win £500 of Sunuva Swimwear @ Independent School Parent

    Sunuva is a gorgeous UV-protective swimwear and beachwear brand for children, inspired by tropical destinations and a passion for travel. From the spirit of Ibiza to the markets of India and tropical island hideaways, Sunuva’s inspirations blend together to create beach-chic at its best.
    Founded by Emily Cohen and Sabrina Naggar, Sunuva swimwear is made from the highest quality UPF 50+ fabric, which blocks out more than 97% of the sun’s harmful rays. Frangipani, Japanese Blossom, Dreamcatcher, Shark and Neon Pineapple are just some of the brightly-coloured prints featuring in our 2017 collection, which are lovingly-designed by us in our head office in London, so you won’t find them elsewhere. Complemented by hand-embroidered cottons, soft linens and co-ordinating accessories, Sunuva offers the complete travel wardrobe for stylish children, available all year round for perfect sunny adventures.
    Exciting new additions for this year include a capsule baby collection, the limited edition “Liberty” story, even more of our fabulous beachwear and accessories and a second collection of new prints, which will be available in March.

    To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize from Sunuva, simply answer the following question…
    Where is Sunuva’s Head Office based?

    Miami
    London >>>Suggested answer
    Madrid

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