Complete form for your chance to win
It’s easy-peasy to enter! All you have to do is complete the entry form above with your name, address and contact details for your chance to win a €25 Easons Voucher.
We will be giving away a €25 Eason’s voucher each week from 15th April 2022. Winner details will be posted below.
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Terms and Conditions
- The promoter is Glenilen Farm, Drimoleague, Co. Cork. P47 V821.
- Promotional pack copy and web copy form part of these rules and by entering this competition you agree to be bound by these rules.
- To enter you must complete the entry form in full including the on pack promotional code, your name, address, contact phone number and email.
- There will be a prize draw every week during the promotional period.
- Closing date for each weekly draw will be midday on the Friday of that draw.
- You can enter as often as you like once you complete the entry form in full including the on pack promotional code. Only one prize can be won per family/address.
- Please allow up to 28 days for delivery of prizes.
- Winners will be contacted by email then posted on our website.
- Easons vouchers may have their own terms and conditions.
- The promoter cannot be held responsible for entries not received due to electronic error.
- We reserve the right to cancel or amend the Promotion and/or vary these conditions in the event of circumstances outside our reasonable control, or otherwise where fraud, abuse, and/or an error (human or computer) affects or could affect the proper operation of this promotion or the provision of this offer, only where circumstances make this unavoidable. In these circumstances, we would always endeavour to minimise the effect to participants in order to avoid undue disappointment.
- To the fullest extent allowed by law, we will not be liable to you in respect of your inability to enter due to technical issues.
- We will use the personal information we collect from you in order to administer this Promotion. Those opting in to receive further email communications from Glenilen Farm, will receive the Glenilen Farm newsletter, which contains details on, recipes, products and promotions, however you will have an immediate opportunity to unsubscribe should you no longer wish to receive this.
- To the fullest extent permitted by law and excluding death or permanent injury caused as a result of the Promoter’s negligence, the Promoter accepts no liability for loss or injury as a result of the Promotion.
- These terms and conditions will be interpreted and applied on the basis of Irish law and the courts of Ireland will have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any dispute.
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We hope you are enjoying our new onpack activities. Did you know there are 12 different activities? How many have you completed? Click below to download and print our colouring sheets for more colouring fun!
Have you done our Spot the Difference or Word Search onpack activities yet? Check the solutions below and you will also find the answers to the anagrams that are on each pack.
- Yoghurt = roythug
a. We make delicious ________.
- Breakfast = aftbrakes
a.________ is the best way to start your day.
- Strawberry = strewbarry
a._________ is a red fruit.
- Healthy = halthey
a.We love to keep fit and _______.
- Family = failmy
a.________ is very important to us.
- Milk = ikml
a.Cows give us ______ to make yoghurt.
- Fruit = ifrut
a.Fresh ____ is delicious with our yoghurt.
- Ireland = adliner
a.Glenilen Farm is based in ________
- Glenilen = eliglenn
a._______ Farm yoghurts are delicious.
- Cow = ocw
a.A ____ eats grass.
- Bananas = anbanas
a.We love yellow fruits, especially ______.
- Vanilla = allavin
a._______ is our favourite flavour yoghurt!
fun facts about your small corner
- Glenilen Farm is home to over 180,000 bees.
- Bees are by far the most important pollinators in Ireland
- There are 20 different species of bumblebees,
- Bees love Daisies and Dandelions
- Of the 97 wild bee species in Ireland, 77 are solitary bees
- Bees feed their young exclusively on pollen.
- The honeybee is the only insect that produces food eaten by man
- Bees can predict storms and weather changes.
- Native Irish trees include Oak, Hazel, Birch, Cherry, Scots Pine, Holly, Hawthorn, Crab Apple, and Rowan.
- Some seeds are so light that they were blown here by the wind.
- A ten-year-old evergreen tree absorbs 14 kg of carbon dioxide per year.
- Some trees never shed their leaves – these are called coniferous trees
- Trees that shed their leaves every year are called deciduous trees.
- There are over 60,000 species of trees.
- Trees never die of old age
- Trees transform carbon dioxide into oxygen for us to breath.
- Trees manage to get water from the ground up to the very top leaves against gravity, an amazing feat of engineering. Up to 200 litres per day for a tree 100m tall
- Date palm trees have been grown from seeds as old as 2000 years.
- Always make sure you use authentic Irish Wildflower Seeds
- Irish Wildflowers include DANDELIONS, CLOVERS, DAISIES, BLUEBELLS, FORGET-ME-NOTS, POPPIES and many more.
- Most plants reproduce through their flowers by a process called “pollination.”
- Pollination occurs when the pollen from the male anther (the part of the flower that
- contains pollen) is transferred to the female stigma (the part of the flower that receives pollen).
- The Painted Lady Butterfly travels from Morocco to Ireland, covering 2,000km
- It provides pollinators with shelter and protects them from predators
- In Ireland, some of our main pollinators include bees, hoverflies, butterflies, moths, birds, and beetles.
- Hoverflies in Ireland mimic bees and wasps to protect themselves from predators in the wild.
- At Glenilen Farm we harvest all the rainwater on the roof of our dairy.
- The solar panels on our roof produce 60,000 KWH of solar power energy, reducing our carbon emissions by 26 tonnes each year
- We keep some pigs to eat any food waste from the factory, that would have to be dumped
- Dairy farms need lots of water to produce the milk we use for our yoghurts.