Win some flowers for your Mum this Mother's Day

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Posted on February 14th, 2018 by Rachel Jackson

Groupon have kindly donated some flowers for us to give away to a special Mum this Mother’s Day.

To nominate your Mum – just comment below with her name or comment on our Facebook post.

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Comments

I nominate Alice, my Mother-In-Law, my own Mother passed away a couple of years ago but Alice has always been there for me and IS a Mother to me. She has brought up 7 children, is 83 years old and is the most inspiring woman I know. Love her.

Author: Angie Butcher | On: 2018-03-05 19:17:28

My mum is Gill T and she is unfailingly kind

Author: Marysia | On: 2018-03-04 22:37:05

My mum a great strength to me

Author: Melanie stanbridge | On: 2018-03-03 12:15:16

Bea Sawyer

Author: Jennifer Stevenson | On: 2018-03-02 15:54:08

sadly mum has dementia. I nominate her as flowers do bring a smile to her face even through the smog of confusion

Author: jacky | On: 2018-02-27 12:55:05

I would like to nominate my mam Jean Moon, to say thank you for everything you do for me.

Author: Lynda Riddick | On: 2018-02-25 13:44:27

I nominated my mum Rosa Halimi she is one in a million

Author: sima halimi | On: 2018-02-22 13:46:06

I'd like to nominate my mum Catherine as a little thank you for everything she does for us. She's amazing!

Author: Ellie | On: 2018-02-22 12:34:45

I nominate my Mum Mrs Sheelagh Armstrong who was left a widow at aged 47 with 6 children. My Mum never remarried so brought up the children still at home on her own. At aged 66 my Mum was diagnosed with bowel cancer and after an operation and chemotherapy she made a full recovery. Just before Christmas 2016 (aged 74) I had to rush my Mum into hospital as she was having difficulty breathing - thank god I did as that night she had a heart attack and would have died if she had not been in the hospital where they managed to resuscitate her. Mum had in fact contracted pnuemonia and flu and fighting these two infections is what had put a strain on her heart and caused the heart attack. Mum was in Intensive care in an induced coma for 7 days with all of her six children around her, we thought it was the end. Miraculously on the 8th day Mum came round and after another week in hospital and a couple of months convalescing with one of my sisters Mum was well enough to go home again. My Mum is one or the strongest people I have ever met and is always on hand to help with the childcare of her grandchildren or anyone else who needs her support - she is an absolute Star and we all love her dearly. It would be lovely if you could send her a bunch of flowers.

Author: Fiona Armstrong | On: 2018-02-21 20:52:14

I nominate my mum Sonia, she is the best. No matter the voluntary work she does, the caring attitude and selfless giving her time and counsel to others. Dominic 10y old

Author: Dominic Sedda | On: 2018-02-21 17:17:24

I wouldn't be who I am without the continued support and guidance from my Mum. My kids, husband and I are indebted to her. Like so many others, she really deserves recognition.

Author: Helen Proffitt | On: 2018-02-21 15:20:53

I nominate my mum, Sandra Carr xx

Author: Karen Birbeck | On: 2018-02-21 12:32:46

My wonderful mum is 80 years young and never ceases to amaze me. She has been house bound for the past 4years due to mobility issues and despite the fact that she is stuck in the confines of her own house she continues to hold on to her terrific sense of humour. She worries about everyone else all of the time and never lets her issues get her down. I nominate my mum because she is simply the best! Xxx

Author: Jackie O'Reilly | On: 2018-02-21 09:48:23

Barbara Lee

Author: Sandra Rollason | On: 2018-02-21 07:29:43

Yes please my mum is amazing. Shes deaf and nevervlets anything stop her. She recently lost her daughter marxh 2017 and her grandaughter too so really march is a tough month this year and flowers will really cheer her up.

Author: Tracy Yeomans | On: 2018-02-21 00:45:08

Mum/Granny is so kind and caring she looks after all four of her Grandchildren after school and still manages to support her Inner Wheel work for Charity along with playing the organ at Church. She helps out in whatever way she can whatever the cost to herself always putting others first, so I nominate Rachel Gooseman

Author: Susan Gooseman | On: 2018-02-20 23:39:40

My mum Cecilia for holding us all together during difficult family times.

Author: Susan Brown | On: 2018-02-20 23:23:21

I nominate my Mum, Rosemary Carter, as she is not only a Mum in a million, but she is also a Sister, Auntie, Nanny & friend in a million. My Mum donated her kidney to her brother but, sadly, he passed away last year. So many people have been helped, supported & loved by my Mum that even people she hasn't seen in years sing her praises. Rosemary, my Mum, is amazing. I don't know where a lot of us would be without her.

Author: Caroline | On: 2018-02-20 21:26:16

Hazel Kiff

Author: Debbie trigg | On: 2018-02-20 21:19:45

Would love to nominate my mum Ursula. She's such a lovely woman and has been through so much over the years. Xx

Author: Natasha Morgan | On: 2018-02-20 21:14:57

I nominate my Mum, Marilyn Clayton. I’ve lived a long way from home for years now so I seldom see her for Mother’s Day but I’d love her to receive some flowers on he day!

Author: Alison Kitchener | On: 2018-02-20 20:18:08

I would love to nominate my mum , Susan falcus she's had such a few bad trying months with a serious illness but she hasn't let that get her down she's continued with life and carried on raising funds everyday even when she doesn't want to.... I am one very proud daughter

Author: Susan Leak | On: 2018-02-20 20:15:34

I would give these flowers to my mum, Sandy Grist. Great mum. Great friend. Sadly now alone, having lost my Dad 8 years ago.

Author: Wendy Jones | On: 2018-02-20 20:06:15

For my mum Denise English...who for nearly 40yrs has been my mum and dad and shown me how to be a parent. For being their for nan at all times and for the support you give to my sister when she has to be rush Bethany in to hospital or another GOSH check up. I think we probably take you for granted, but you never complain and I am forever grateful. To my role model xx

Author: Samantha Nel | On: 2018-02-20 19:45:17

I nominate my Mum, Mary Pinnegar x

Author: Donna Prout | On: 2018-02-20 19:42:53

My wonderful Mum, Linda. The best mum and nanny in the world! Xx

Author: Rebecca Driscoll | On: 2018-02-20 19:38:34

Hilary Woolcock- she went on a Cruise late last year and had a heart attack and for a dreadful few days I thought that we may not have another Mother's Day. Thankfully she is on the mend but there is nothing like a scare to make you appreciate what you have.

Author: Sarah Talbot | On: 2018-02-20 19:37:11

My mum Linda Pyper without all her help I Wouldn't able to work.She is Amazing .

Author: Gill Egerton | On: 2018-02-20 19:33:54

For my Mum Linda, for being the most amazing Mum and grandmother and workout buddy! Not many people have their mothers swing kettlebells with them 💪🏻💪🏻 what more can I say

Author: Vickie Lawrence | On: 2018-02-20 19:24:29

I would love to nominate my Mum Margaret. After a few tough years she has still remained strong. She deserves these flowers for being an amazing Mum and Nanny!

Author: Jo Best | On: 2018-02-20 19:20:32

I nominate my Mum Dot Duke. She's had a rough 6 months going through chemotherapy, in and out of hospital. During this time she's still helped look after her 3 young grandchildren when she can. This would be a wonderful surprise for her. Thank you and Love you Mum xxx

Author: NATALIE BAGLIN | On: 2018-02-20 19:13:23

Elizabeth Allen

Author: Charlotte | On: 2018-02-20 19:10:58

Sadly my mum passed away 20 years ago but I would love to nominate my sister. She has raised my nephew without the support of his father and he has grown up to be a kind, considerate individual whom I am very proud of! She is calm, fair and always cheerful, even when she’s had to face some traumatic experiences. So, my nomination is Joanna Haughan

Author: Deb McKie | On: 2018-02-20 19:10:55

My marvellous mum. 80 years old and still looking out and after me. She just lost my Step Father. Still.manages her voluntary work for help the ages. And still does the Communal scheme garden. I love her ro bits. Thank you Mum Love you xxxxx

Author: Sheila Stapleton | On: 2018-02-20 19:06:18

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