Competition Time! Win An Exclusive Watch

October 17, 2018 220 Comments

Competition Time! Win An Exclusive Watch

We are offering you the chance to win an exclusive one-of-a-kind Bath watch, which takes its name from the City of Bath.
A rare collectable with only one in the world.
From cheese-rolling to barrel racing, the Great British Isles offers us some fantastic and quirky, local traditions. To enter, simply tell us an unusual or brilliant tradition from the area you live in and who you’d do it with.
 TO WIN 
Comment on the blog post here and don’t forget to sign-up to our website to be in with a chance of winning. A winner will be picked at random after midnight on Sunday 21 October.
Good Luck!
 
In the meantime, browse our fantastic collection of men’s and ladies’ watches, all designed here in Great Britain.
We look forward to hearing your stories,
Annette
Founder of OWL



20 Responses

Ellen Stafford
Ellen Stafford

October 17, 2018

Wow love this! I am a subscriber and my home town is Bath. Thanks so much for the chance x

Tony green
Tony green

October 17, 2018

What a unique and lovely designed watch , would be amazing to win and Wear such a lovely timepiece 😊thankyou for the chance to win

Lorna Perry
Lorna Perry

October 17, 2018

Such a Gorgeous Watch I’d be thrilled to win

Jeanette Leighton
Jeanette Leighton

October 17, 2018

Fantastic prize would love to win this for Christmas

Gill Barry
Gill Barry

October 17, 2018

What a fantastically stylish looking watch . Particularly love the little owl image as obsessed with owls

sharon roberts
sharon roberts

October 17, 2018

Loving the colour blue and the sleek design.

Penelope Harper
Penelope Harper

October 17, 2018

In Southend on Sea we have a zany Raft Race every year – weather permitting where hundreds of people make a Splash and raise funds for our local RNLI station or you can partake and raise funds for your own favourite charity.

All you do is choose a team, build a raft & have fun!

I’d definitely take my partner and my Daughter on my raft with me!

helen espinosa
helen espinosa

October 17, 2018

wow yes please

Kayleigh Watkins
Kayleigh Watkins

October 17, 2018

We don’t have any unusual traditions in our local area, we do however have beautiful Christmas fayres, lots of fun days and the red arrows show every year xxx

Mary Bidwell
Mary Bidwell

October 17, 2018

Beautiful watch a hoot of a prize Liked and shared to win this prize

Tanya
Tanya

October 17, 2018

Such a beautiful watch

Susie Wilkinson
Susie Wilkinson

October 17, 2018

Lincolnshire has a tradition of great food and drink including the Lincolnshire Sausage and Poacher Cheese, together with Bateman’s Brewery, and all 3 of these are great together, especially with friends in a local Bateman’s pub!

Caroline Mccabe
Caroline Mccabe

October 17, 2018

Eating Pork Pie for breakfast on Christmas Day (Leicestershire)

Helen Best
Helen Best

October 17, 2018

Beautiful watch very unique and lovely style

Lynn Gibbins
Lynn Gibbins

October 17, 2018

Alnwick hosts an annual Scoring The Hales Football match on Shrove Tuesday every year since about 1762. It is a giant, free for all match between the Parishes of St. Michael and St. Paul. with about 150 lads on each team. The first team to score two hales ( goals) wins. It takes place in the grounds of Alnwick castle ( of Harry Potter fame) It is quite rough and muddy, but great fun. Sadly, I can’t take part because I’m female!

tessa goddard
tessa goddard

October 17, 2018

In Wales we have a tradition called the Coracle.
It is used by a single person and is a traditional lightweight wooden boat like a giant walnut shell that has a flat base for ease of use on shallow, fast-flowing rivers. We do it on the river Teifi although there are other places in Wales that also do it.

It is great fun and my husband has done it for many years. It is a lovely day out when the weather is nice and we go and watch and support the locals.

If you could fit two people on the Coracle I would go on with my husband as he is the expert !!!!

Simon Sheldrick
Simon Sheldrick

October 17, 2018

A great prize! Morris dancers…pub crawls…

Tiff Jordan
Tiff Jordan

October 17, 2018

What a beautiful watch!

Jackie Kemp
Jackie Kemp

October 17, 2018

Watching the swans being counted on the River Thames every year is lovely and fascinating and also checking they are all healthy,a beautiful annual privilege to watch

Maureen Moss
Maureen Moss

October 17, 2018

love to win this splendid watch

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