Jewellers seeks Banbury's 'Little Gems'

A Banbury jewellers is offering to add a touch of sparkle to Mother’s Day this year for one lucky youngster and their parent.

Thursday, 14th March 2019, 8:45 am
Updated Thursday, 14th March 2019, 8:51 am
Beaverbrooks is searching for a Little Gem

Beaverbrooks in Castle Quay is searching for ‘little gems’ – children who want to go the extra mile to give back to their loved ones with a Mother’s Day treat worth £1,000.

The family-owned jewellers is asking parents or guardians to upload a short video of their child saying what they love the most about the special woman in their life and what her dream Mother’s Day gift would be, for the chance to receive the ultimate Mother’s Day present.

As well as receiving the treat for mum, whether it’s a spa day or a relaxing weekend away, the lucky winner will also bag themselves the title of Banbury’s ultimate little gem as a thank you for their kindness and generosity.

Four runners-up will also receive a £100 Beaverbrooks gift card to treat their loved one to a stunning piece of Beaverbrooks jewellery.

Lizy Hurford, store manager at Beaverbrooks Banbury, said: “For 100 years we’ve helped create some unforgettable moments for our customers, and with Mother’s Day fast approaching we wanted to give the younger generation the chance to do something special to celebrate the most important women in their lives.

She added: “That’s why we want children in Banbury to tell us why that special person deserves some extra recognition this year - whether it’s because they make the best sandwiches, do funny voices when reading bedtime stories or give the best hugs, we want to hear from them.”

To be in with a chance of winning a Mother’s Day treat worth £1,000, parents should visit before 9am on Monday, March 18 and upload their child’s video entry.

Children aged between four and 11 are eligible to enter.