COMPETITION: Enter Virgin Pure Joy for a chance to win a WaterBar!

This Christmas, Virgin Pure is offering fans and followers the chance to win a fantastic water bar by asking them to spread their joy by sharing the things that make them feel good at Christmas! (Not sure what a WaterBar is? Find out more here.)

This might be taking time off work and relaxing at home, eating great food and watching TV, buying gifts for loved ones, catching up with old friends and family that you’ve not seen all year, decorating the Christmas tree, getting creative in the kitchen…

Whatever it is, Virgin Pure want hear about it.

For me, Christmas is a combination of presents and people because in my mind you can’t have one without the other. Boyfriend thinks I go over the top when it comes to gifts, but I don’t care – I love that feeling when I’m out shopping and spot something and know that Bee/Belle/my mum/the postman would absolutely love. Even better is the moment when they unwrap it and you know that they do love it.

Christmas squirrel

The Christmas squirrel is guarding Belle’s presents at the moment.

So, if you know someone who would love a WaterBar (even if that someone is you) then read on…

How to enter

You can enter via Twitter or Facebook or, if you’re feeling lucky, both!

Virgin Pure Water Bar


Follow @VirginPure and then tweet @VirginPure the things that bring you joy at Christmas, making sure you use the hashtag #VirginPureJoy. This gives you one entry. For a double entry, include a picture with your tweet.


Leave a comment describing the things that bring you joy at Xmas on the Virgin Pure Facebook page for one entry to prize draw or upload a picture to their page for a double entry. You must also like the page to qualify. (Full Ts and Cs at

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  1. Angela Wilson
    23 December, 2013 / 1:20 pm

    Seeing little faces light up when they open presents etc

  2. Debbie Finch
    23 December, 2013 / 2:29 pm

    The excitement of Christmas Eve, and trying to get them to bed knowing they’ll be up at the crack of dawn

  3. Gerri Tennant
    23 December, 2013 / 2:30 pm

    Family that I don’t see often coming together and sharing the day in all senses to provide lasting and brilliant memories for the future.

  4. Jackie Ponting
    23 December, 2013 / 2:37 pm

    Sharing xmas dinner with long lost family

  5. Solange
    24 December, 2013 / 2:58 am

    The looks on my kid’s faces when they’re opening presents

  6. debbie creasey
    4 January, 2014 / 3:23 pm

    being with my family and sharing presents

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