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Competition Time



“We are excited to announce the launch of our competition…”

We have a fantastic Hamper to be WON! Full of FEEL GOOD products to help you feel great! Even our Physio Logo has dressed up for the occasion with his smart bow tie!!

We are open throughout lockdown 2


A glimpse of some of the high quality ‘feel good’ products in our

Competition Hamper!

We have carefully chosen the products to help give you, family & friends some comfort over the Christmas period and the winter months from… Booja Booja delicious chocolate’s, a £50 voucher, clothing items, massage and exercise  products, a heat wrap to ease those aches & pains, a useful hessian shopper bag, to an eye catching cuddly bear to curl up with on those dark winter nights and of course the hamper itself… useful for those picnics in the summer!

All you need to do to WIN this hamper full of goodies is to:-

  • ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page – either Ashbourne Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Centre or Hilton Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Centre or both pages
  • ‘LIKE’ the post which will be ‘PINNED’ to the top of our Facebook pages.
  • Hit the ‘SHARE’
  • COMMENT below the post that you have completed the above.

Remember… “You have to be in it to WIN IT!!”

Our aim at Ashbourne & Hilton Physiotherapy Centres, is all about helping our patients to live life to the full and reach your full potential, whether sport is your passion or you are wanting to go about your daily life as pain free as possible.We wanted to create a prize worth winning to help ease the daily realities of the current situation with the pandemic. Our social media platforms including Facebook & Instagram are a great way to keep up to date with all our latest information.

Find us @ashbournephysio   @hiltonphysio

Terms & Conditions

  • Opening date: 16/11/20, 1pm   – Closing Date 18/12/20 at 5pm GMT (No entries accepted before or after these times)
  • How to enter:    1) Like the Page 2) Like the Post   3) SHARE the post 4) Comment all requests completed.
  • Prize details:  Hamper with feel good Physiotherapy & Massage related products
  • Entry restrictions:  Over 18’s only – UK residents ONLY
  • No purchase required
  • The winner will be picked at random through our Facebook platforms
  • NO cash prize alternative
  • We will advise the winner through Facebook Messenger
  • This is a single prize over 2 Platforms – Instagram & Facebook for BOTH Hilton & Ashbourne
  • The winner must be happy to be announced on Facebook – permission may be asked to take a photograph if the winner is happy with this.
  • The winner must be able to collect their prize from Ashbourne Physiotherapy Centre. DE6 1DG.
  • This prize draw is not open to employees of Ashbourne or Hilton Physiotherapy Centres, their families, or anyone else connected with this promotion.

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