Thursday, 20 July 2017

Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillow Pair Giveaway

Everyone has heard of Silentnight, they are the UK's biggest bed manufacturer and you probably have some of their bedding in your house. Voted the UK's Most Trusted Bedding Brand in independent survey, their products are reliable, they have a range to suit all pockets and the prices are good.


This month Silentnight are teaming up with the online store and TV shoppping channel QVC to promote their Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillows. Exclusive to QVC, they have a 100% cotton percale cover and are filled with anti-allergy, silk-like hollowfibre, offering excellent comfort and softness for your money.


Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillows are also washable up to a temperature of 40°C and come with a 2-year guarantee, so you can expect them to last as well as more expensive brands.

The Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillows are also cool, so they are perfect for a Summer freshening up of your bedroom...


The Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillow Pair is only available from QVC and has an rrp of £26.99. For 24 hours only on Thursday 27th July, from midnight onwards, they will be on sale online at QVC for just £17.98 - saving 33%.

To promote their collaboration with QVC and the 24 hour pillow sale, Silentnight are offering one of my readers a pair of Pure Cotton Pillows as a giveaway prize.

To enter the giveaway use the Gleam form below. This is a quick giveaway which is open to UK residents only. The giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 30th July and if the winner doesn't reply quickly then they'll have to wait for their prize until I return from my holidays! Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form.

If you are new to Gleam or to see my other giveaways, please go to my Giveaways page...

Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillow Pair Giveaway



I was paid for the time taken to write this post and administrate the giveaway.

222 comments:

  1. Well... don't take a dog that snores for starters! A heat holders blanket keeps you warm and snug!x

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  2. Something padded to lie your sleeping bag on like a blow up air bed or a roll mat.

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  3. Your Whole Bed From Home! Good Luck :) x

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  4. a comfy pillow and sleeping bag also i like to take a little lavender as i dont sleep well away from home x

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  5. A good quality tent, we bought one that didn't have a sewn in ground sheet so we got cold and it rained so we got wet, my camping essential is my portable hob and kettle for a nice cup of tea before bed and waking up, and a good quality sleeping bag and air bed xxx

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  6. insect repellent!! nothing worse than mini vampire nibbling in the night!!

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  7. A comfortable sleeping bag, pillow and a good quality tent.

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  8. Lots of home comforts and a warm sleeping bag!

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  9. This pillow,inflatable bed and a eye mask,

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  10. A blow up bed & pump, a decent (not cheap) sleeping bag & your pillow from home. Don't bother with a travel pillow, its just not worth it for a decent nights sleep

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  11. Ashleigh Allan21 July 2017 at 19:53

    A good pillow and sleeping bag

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  12. A nice comfortable and well paded sleeping bag with a pillow

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  13. a decent pillow & sleeping bag

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  14. Socks, socks and more socks! Nothing nicer than toasty tootsies.

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  15. take an eye mask and ear plugs

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  16. an insect net -there is nothing worse than lying there hearing a buzz in your ears

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  17. I would say a very comfortable hoody - I always get cold in the night when camping so a good hoody is nice and snuggley.

    Em

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  18. A blanket for if you get uncomfortable in the sleeping bag

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  19. A good tent, camping stove, quality sleeping bag and pillows and earplugs

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  20. An inflatable mattress for comfort...

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  21. a decnt rol mat, good pillows and a warm duvet

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  22. It has to be a pillow and a good thick blanket everytime!

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  23. An air bed and a pair of ear plugs.

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  24. definitely a comfortable pillow!

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  25. Plenty of thick warm socks to keep your tootsies snug and a woolly hat to cover your ears

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  26. Your booking in form for the nearest B&B...

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  27. earplugs, at the moment the dawn chorus(birds) is at 5.00 am

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  28. a decent pillow.... I find that as long as my head is comfy I can sleep anywhere

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  29. A blow-up mattress, warm comfortable sleeping bag and warm clothes

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  30. you can buy a cheap mattress topper to put underneath you to make your sleep even more comfortable!

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  31. A silk liner, they're amazing in the summer when its a bit too hot for a proper sleeping bag but too cold just have nothing

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  32. an airbed is a must

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  33. An eye mask to block out the morning sun!

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  34. Ear plugs, mossie repellent, good book

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  35. An airbed to keep you off the ground and away from the cold! And your snuggliest pyjamas!

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  36. A phone app that plays lots of different sounds like babbling brook, waves etc

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  37. A cosy under blanket. Nothing worse than getting a numb bum!

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  38. Airbeds are great for a good nights sleep, also a couple of pillows. O And a sleeping bag.

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  39. earplugs are a must if travelling with family or friends

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  40. A good quality airbed and your pillow!

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  41. Good bed to sleep on and a comfy pillow

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  42. an eyemask and some ear plugs! it's the only way!

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  43. Earplugs are essential - try some out before you go to find comfortable ones.

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  44. Definitely a good firm air bed and comfortable pillows

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  45. An eyemask and ear plugs that sun and them birds get up mega early

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  46. Definitely earplugs. I dont even sleep in my own bed without them! xx

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  47. A comfy pillow and a sleeping mask

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  48. Pillows insect spray and an eye mask

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  49. An airbed, a duvet and earplugs (if sharing a tent!)

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  50. a comfy and warm mattress or airbed

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  51. Ear plugs and a decent camping pillow

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  52. A hotel booking!! Just kidding, the most important thing for a good nights sleep is your base so make sure you have a good mat or inflatable as you need to keep the cold and the bumps away from your body. As long as you can do that it should be plain sailing.

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  53. Pillows, we go camping a lot and the last time i forgot the pillows, and it was awful trying to sleep without them, so i had to go to the sho and get a couple

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  54. For a good night sleep when going camping i would take a comfy pillow and a camping foam mat to put under the sleeping bag.

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  55. Cosy pyjamas and socks. Make sure you are warm enough and all will be fine.

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  56. A hat just in case it goes cold at night to keep you warm

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  57. I've never been camping so I would have no idea!

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  58. It gets well cold at night so I recommend a hot water bottle

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  59. Blow up bed an electric pump to keep topping it up an blow it up in seconds.

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  60. Beer! Probably an airbed as well, ground can get pretty cold early morning.

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  61. I always take ear plugs. Sometimes the noises you hear when camping can make you a little jumpy especially as you are in unfamiliar surroundings. It also has the added benefit of keeping those creepy crawlies out ;)

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  62. Ear plugs and an extra blanket

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  63. A warm sleeping bag and pillow

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  64. I have been camping a lot and my advice would be to take a duvet, not a sleeping bad. It's way more cosy, just throw a blanket over the top to stop any dampness

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  65. A comfortable air bed and pillow so your back doesn't hurt the next morning.

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  66. A Onesie...it gets cold in the wee small hours!

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  67. A foam sleeping mat. Adds an extra level of comfort and doesn't require any faffing like blow up air mattresses. xx

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  68. An air bed and a cosy sleeping bag!

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  69. Insect repelent and a decent sleeping bag

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  70. Ear plugs! Birds start to sing very early in the morning. Oh and also an eye patch as your tent will be flooded with light at sunrise which is about 5am now :-)

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  71. Some earplugs or leave the hubby & kids at home lol

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  72. An eyemask, people coming back late at night with their torches can be a little disturbing if you are trying to nod off 😁

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  73. Bed socks! Even on a normal summers night your feet can get so cold - can always kick them off if it actually gets warm!

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  74. A comfortable (washable) pillow, eye cover and ear plugs. Hope you have a great camping trip!

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  75. A good quality pillow, and warm snuggly sleeping bag :)

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  76. (Aidan M)
    I have neck problems when i sleep so I would love this.

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  77. I have neck issues when i sleep so this would be great

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  78. a waterproof groundsheet is a must together with a comfy sleeping bag

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  79. I really bead a new pillow or two :)

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  80. A really decent cushion between you and the ground, preferably an airbed. It's amazing how after a few hours without it feel like you are sleeping on rocks!

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  81. I've never been camping! Not sure of the proper name for it, but some kind of sponge mat to lay the sleeping bag on, in case the ground is uneven / lumpy!

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  82. This pillow and a lungful of clean, fresh, country air - sure to make you sleep.

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  83. I'm about to go camping - what should I take to help ensure a good night's sleep? Lavender oil

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  84. I've never been camping as the thought of bugs crawling on me in the night freaks me out but I would imagine a comfy pillow would definitely help with a good nights sleep

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  85. Karen hutchinson25 July 2017 at 23:10

    A torch and sleeping bag - my son is going on his first beaver camp in September so will be looking for good tips !

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  86. Inflatable mattress. The first time I went camping I tried using just a foam bedroll - never again! Oh, and a double-walled tent. If it hammers it down so badly that it seeps through a single-walled tent, that is one hell of a rude awakening.

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  87. Comfy pillow and warm socks x

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  88. A good comfy pillow,and a decent sleeping bag

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  89. Bed socks so your feet stay toasty in the dampness!

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  90. A blow up airbed Foam rolls are useless a good pillow and invest in a good sleeping bag even in summer it can sometimes get chilly

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  91. A self inflating fleeced roll mat - no noise then too!

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  92. If any of your companions snore like my hubby - earplugs!

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  93. A woolly hat! In my experience it's always much colder than you think it is going to be - even in the middle of summer!

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  94. Warm socks, a hat, a torch, a roll mat, a pillow and lots of layers. I hope that you have a good time.

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  95. a warm dressing gown to wear over pyjamas to keep extra warm - even in the summer can get chilly at night!

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  96. If you're not using an air mattress, you want something between your sleeping bag and the ground. If you are using an air mattress, then a good blanket is a must.

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  97. A comfy pillow and some earplugs!

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  98. An air mattress and insect repellent are essential

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  99. It has got to be a good mattress no question

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  100. Like others, I agree that you need the most comfortable air bed or camp bed between you and the ground. A pair of socks is handy if your feet get cold!

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  101. A warm blanket :)

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  102. A good pillow and sleeping bag

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  103. Lavender spray for your pillow. Great for a natural sleep remedy :)

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  104. An air bed and lots of extra blankets to keep warm.

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  105. Hot water bottle, bed socks and your two regular pillows. A warm duvet, never a sleeping bag, and a bottle of brandy xx

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  106. Inflatable pillow - no risk of it getting soggy or dirty

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  107. It has been a while since I have been camping. But my most vivid memory of trying to get to sleep, is wishing I had a good pillow.

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  108. My pillow and if able a camp bed

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  109. A really comfortable sleeping bag and some nice cosy socks!

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  110. warm sleeping bag and pillow

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  111. I would take extra blankets, in case you get a sudden cold night.

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  112. a hot water bottle in case you get cold

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  113. A good bottle of wine, and I wouldn't share

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  114. A really soft pillow and warm sleeping bag

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  115. we go away in our motorhome, so it is home from home, as we have everything in it

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  116. a Silentnight Pure Cotton Pillow

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  117. An inflatable mattress and a mosquito net

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  118. A good warm sleeping bag so you don't get cold.

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  119. Close your eyes and away you go.

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  120. An inflatable mattress is a must !

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  121. Melanie Pennie29 July 2017 at 12:08

    Your own comfy pillow :)

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  122. Airbed, pillow and a quality sleeping bag

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  123. A blow up air mattress, lots of covers (when I last went camping it was surprising cold at night!), a decent pillow and ear plugs

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  124. Earplugs if you're a light sleeper

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  125. Stacy Fenemore29 July 2017 at 13:37

    ear plugs

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  126. A nice ,thick blanket & your own pillow.

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  127. Comfy pillow to put on your airbed and a good quality sleeping bag

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  128. a credit card, ready to check into a 5 star hotel :)

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  129. I suggest you take a comfy air bed, pillows and maybe ear plugs x

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  130. Definitely ear plugs for sure!

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  131. You will definitely need a good camping stove and warm sleeping bags

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  132. Normally i take a few blankets and a good pillow too

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  133. Take a very warm sleeping bag as it is sure to be colder than you think!

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  134. A warm sleeping bag with built in pillow

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  135. Nytol and a few different shape pillows to get comfy

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  136. Your own pillow and some sleeping tablets ;-)

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  137. A blow-up/air mattress.

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  138. A bottle of wine... and warm socks :)

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  139. A bottle of wine and some warm socks :)

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  140. I always take a pillow case and stuff it with clothes, and a poundshop Lilo for an extra posh sleep! :)

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  141. Earphones and soothing music. A fleece for warmth.

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  142. earplugs, and nytol! with the sound of people rolling round on airbeds, zippers going up and down and people coughing and snoring you'll really need them both

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  143. Ear plugs! Plus I'd take my pillow from home, just to be extra comfortable.

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  144. Andrea Johnson30 July 2017 at 01:05

    A duvet, pillow, wine and blow up mattress

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  145. Comfy pillow and sleeping bag.Thank you for a giveaway,

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  146. A soft pillow and sleeping bag

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  147. Pillows!! They will help pad the sleeping bag as the ground can be really hard on your back

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  148. A sleeping bag with a zip that doesn't get stuck :-)

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  149. An inflatable bed and a good pillow
    Insect Repellent too

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  150. I have never been camping so I don't know... but i'm sure you need the essentials! sleeping bag, food and alcohol

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  151. A decent air filled ground mat- will keep you warm and comfy!

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  152. Something warm to wear - it can be so cold!

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  153. airbed sleeping bag and a pillow

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  154. A comfortable pillow and warm, cosy sleeping bag

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