The UKMums.TV Choice Awards are now open

Published on: 11th June 2019

Categories include Best Toys, Nursery and Childcare Accessories, and Children’s Entertainment. 

The UKMums.TV Choice Awards are now open for entry. Now in its fifth year, the awards programme has been designed specifically to give mums a clear insight into what products in the market are favoured by their peers. The awards are organised and published by the parenting website UKMums.TV.

The Mums Choice Awards entrants will be judged in one of two ways: by individual testing or as part of panel days held by the organisers; many of the testers will be top mummy bloggers who will add to the weight of the coverage.

Achieving a Mums Choice Award offers an outstanding opportunity to highlight products to the consumer audience.
The results will be published on for 30 days, starting from 4th November 2019, with each category having its own dedicated page, social media push and newsletter creation.

The Mums Choice Awards are split into five sections, which are: Best Toys, Nursery and Childcare Accessories, Best Children’s Entertainment, Style for Mum, and Best Food and Drink in association with Ellie’s Kitchen UK. Each awards category has numerous sub categories, so there are plenty of opportunities for entrants to gain an award.

Please note the closing date for all categories is 2nd September. Simply contact or call 01327 227010 to request entry forms or more information.


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