Great expectations




Fit for life!






We’re delighted to launch Right Start’s Fit for Life Child of the Year Awards 2017, in association with outdoor family holiday specialist, Eurocamp.


We hope that all our children will grow up with a zest for life. But perhaps your child, or a child you know, has a special reason to be rewarded for their positive approach to life. Perhaps they have fought health issues or overcome difficulties within the family. Perhaps they are simply keen as mustard to follow the sort of lifestyle which builds happy, active kids – eating up their five-a-day, spending time in the great outdoors and enjoying plenty of

opportunities to keep physically fit.


ALL children are eligible to enter and we’ll choose two ‘fit for life’ children based on the lifestyle choices they and you as a family are making together.


Once again, award-winning, self-catering holiday specialists Eurocamp are the proud sponsor and will be supplying the holiday prizes for our lucky winners.


Chris Hilton, head of marketing at Eurocamp comments: ‘We are

honoured to be involved with this fantastic cause yet again. At Eurocamp, we are big advocates of healthy and active living, especially when on holiday – so it’s wonderful to hear all of the

great stories submitted year after year.’


Families travelling with babies and toddlers will find a range of special facilities on parc, like free toddler and babies’ clubs. New kids’ clubs have also launched for 2017 including dance clubs, and lots of fun and active activities like zorbing and mini jet skis. Parents can also request free extras such as high chairs, travel cots and safety gates at selected parcs, to help lighten the holiday load.


For more information about Eurocamp visit or call 01606 787125.






The two lucky winners can choose from more than 180 fantastic holiday destinations Europe-wide, from beautiful beaches and

rural countryside to city hotspots. Winners and their families will stay for up to seven nights in comfortable, modern accommodation

and a return ferry crossing up to the value of £55 is included too!



How to enter...


To enter your ‘Fit for Life’ child, send us an email or a letter

telling us, in no more than 200 words, why your child deserves to be Right Start Fit for Life Child of the Year 2017. Please attach a selection of images of the child.


You can be the child’s mum, dad, family member, carer, preschool

leader, teacher or friend of the family (if you are not the parent, please ask the parents for their permission before nominating the child). The child must be under eight years of age.


Email your entry to: putting Fit for Life Child of the Year 2017 in the subject bar.


Or send a letter to:

Right Start Fit for Life Child of the Year 2017, PO Box 481, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 9FA.


Entries should arrive by Tuesday July 4, 2017.


Terms and conditions

• 7 night holiday for 2 adults and up to 4 children (aged 17 and under), or 4 adults at a European parc of your choice in the 2017 Eurocamp brochure, subject to availability.

Eurocamp reserve the right to exclude certain parcs.

• This prize is only applicable to Classic Tents, Classic and Esprit range holiday homes.

• Holiday must be taken on or after 30th August 2017 and completed by 1st November 2017.

• Includes a return P&O Dover to Calais ferry crossing for one car and passengers to the value of £55. Any costs above this amount will be payable by the prizewinner.

• Alternatively, you may take an accommodation-only holiday and pay for your own travel.

• Travel insurance and car breakdown insurance can be included at a supplement.

• Prize includes bed linen & beach towels for all party members.

• Eurocamp reserves the right to change date and parc exclusions at any point.

• Groups may not be permitted on certain parcs.

• The prize is subject to Eurocamp Booking Terms and Conditions, which can be viewed at or in the current copy of the Eurocamp brochure.

• The prize is subject to availability, non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.




May/June 2017

All information is correct at time of publishing