Sunday 26 July 2015

Keep Britain Breastfeeding Scavenger Hunt 2015 - Positive About Breastfeeding!

It's almost August, and the kids are out of school in the UK and this can only mean one thing, World Breastfeeding Week is fast approaching and that means that Keep Britain Breastfeeding is beginning to take shape!

World Breastfeeding Week takes place every year from August 1st to August 7th and everyone can take part in some way.  The them this year is Breastfeeding and Work.

There are already at least 30 bloggers, 1 organization and  13 companies providing lots of fabulous prizes for the winner of the Scavenger Hunt.

I hope you are looking forward to taking part and reading blog posts on the following themes throughout the week, there are always amazing posts written so do pop back and tell me your favourites.

The Themes
Saturday 1st August - The start of my Breastfeeding Journey
Sunday 2nd August - Positive Public Breastfeeding

Monday 3rd August - How to Dress to Impress

Tuesday 4th August - Working and Breastfeeding

Wednesday 5th August - Extended Breastfeeding (past one year)

Thursday 6th August - The People Behind the Breastfeeder
Friday 7th August - The end of my Breastfeeding Journey
If you blog and you want to join the hunt through your blog by writing about your breastfeeding experiences, opnions and knowledge then let me know!  You can also ask friends and readers to guest post for you.  If you like running competitions you can partner with breastfeeding friendly companies to run additional competitions throughout the event.

If you are a company and you sell any breastfeeding product or service or you just love breastfeeding and happen to run a company that sells products or services to pregnant and breastfeeding women and their families then get in touch.  We would love you to join us in creating an amazing package of goodies for the event winner.

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, love breastfeeding, support breastfeeding or just know others who could benefit for knowing more about breastfeeding then subscribe to this website and Like us on Facebook to hear about more details as the event approaches and to find out what you could win and who will be writing throughout the event.  Our hashtag for the year is #PositiveAboutBF

Throughout the week you will find out about all the posts that have been published by all of our lovely bloggers, as well as additional competitions and special offers taking place with our lovely companies.  Each blog post will have the KBBF logo and a rafflecopter at the bottom of the post for you to use to make your entries for the main prize.  The rafflecopter will be just like the one posted below, so use this as your test run and make your first entry to be eligible for the main competition prize.

 a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. As last years winner, I can say it's well worth entering. The prizes have been very useful for both myself and as gifts for friends. I'm looking forward to reading the posts again this year and will definitely be telling friends about Breastfeeding Week.

  2. I'll be breastfeeding my daughter, as usual :) She's four now.

  3. I will be having a few beers

  4. I'll be breastfeeding my son who is nearly 8 months now. He loves the boob!

  5. I'll be blogging about my breastfeeding experiences, and breastfeeding my 20 month old. I've also submitted a photo to be used by Plus Sized Birth as part of their mission to Normalise Breastfeeding during World Breastfeeding Week.

  6. I'll be feeding my almost 5 week old throughout the week I'm sure. I'll also be posting a few blog posts along the week about my journey so far.

  7. I'm meeting other mums as a breastfeeding buddy! Check out Come Feed With Me! (CFWM) Facebook group

  8. I will try to spread the word about the benefits of breastfeeding as much as possible!

  9. I will be breastfeeding my 7 week old boy, was a tough start but love breastfeeding him :)

  10. I breastfeed my daughter and promote breastfeeding to everyone as it's the best for baby and creates such a lovely bond

  11. I breastfeed my daughter and promote breastfeeding to everyone as it's the best for baby and creates such a lovely bond

  12. I really enjoyed breastfeeding my daughter :) x