Giveaway: Win SIX British Designed & Made Mugs from Churchill for Christmas

Giveaway: Win SIX British Designed & Made Mugs from Churchill China for Christmas

Giveaway: Win SIX British Designed & Made Mugs from Churchill China for Christmas

Giveaway:

Giveaway: Win SIX British Designed & Made Mugs from Churchill China for Christmas

Win SIX British Designed & Made Mugs from Churchill for Christmas

IT is with GREAT pride and please that I announce this giveaway, and also to tell you that I will be working with Churchill in the New Year, a British pottery situated in the heart of the Potteries region in Stoke-on-Trent. I am a BIG supporter of ALL things British as my readers will know, so I am delighted to be working with one of the BEST of British china companies, Churchill, as well as offering all my readers this AMAZING opportunity to win SIX of their beautiful mugs from the Blue Story Range

Churchill was established in 1795 in the heart of the world famous potteries, Stoke-on-Trent. Made up of several smaller family run companies ‘Churchill’ was adopted in 1984 as a name for the whole group. The company came into the ownership of the Roper family, who remain significant shareholders, in 1928. It has a long history of providing ceramics to both the hospitality and retail markets and has evolved over the years into a profitable and well respected company within the industry.
The company has steadily expanded and developed since then and is now a publicly listed company (1994) serving a wide range of markets on a global scale. Built on strong family values, Churchill has a heritage that can be accredited to the passion of those involved and the skill and experience learnt over time. Churchill prides itself on being forward thinking, innovative and as well as having a strong manufacturing capability in the UK it has also excelled in sourcing, supply and logistics to meet market needs.
Being able to offer exciting brands has been key to Churchill’s success and it is proud of the relationships it has with some of the most exciting opportunities available, most recently Jamie Oliver but also Disney, Cath Kidston and the RHS. 
Churchill has products in some of the UK’s best known retailers including Harrods, Selfridges, John Lewis, House of Fraser, Debenhams and The National Trust. It’s products are popular across the world, over 30% of sales are exported to 53 countries with leading export markets including USA, Australia and Europe.

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The Prize:

I am offering ONE lucky reader the following prize:

Blue Story Churchill Mugs

Six mugs in the following designs from the Queens Range and Blue Story:

1. Bauble Birds (RRP £10)

2. St.Ives (RRP £10) 

3. Night Owls (RRP £12)

4. Bauble Hearts (RRP £10)

5. Lady Bicycle (RRP £12)

6. Wild Wood (RRP £12)

The Blue Story:  English heritage shines with this collection of traditional blues – timelessly intricate, with modern appeal. Reviving a true English classic, Blue Story fits perfectly with the trend for vintage chic.

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 What a WONDERFUL prize and all of the mugs that I am offering as a prize for this giveaway are BRITISH designed and made. They are all Fine China and are Microwave & Dishwasher Safe too. You have to ENTER to WIN though, and all you need to do to enter is choose one or all of the entry options below, each entry carries points and the more points you gain, the MORE ENTRIES you have which increases your chances of winning! 

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To enter this Giveaway, all you have to do is the following:
1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – A mandatory question will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post, before going back to the Rafflecopter form and hitting “Enter”. (After this, you can complete the bonus entries as explained on the form to increase your odds of winning – you can also return daily to tweet this for more bonus entries)
2. Entries are by blog comment, Twitter, Facebook etc
3. Closing Date: 16th December 2012
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GOOD LUCK and a BIG thanks to Churchill China for donating these six beautiful mugs!
Karen

The winner will be selected at random by the Rafflecopter widget below and you can enter via Twitter on a daily basis to have more chances of winning.

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Comments

  1. says

    It would have to be tea as I don’t drink coffee. May I say I’m in love with those mugs some of which have a Scandi feel to me with the hearts, bicycle and Christmas bird decorations! Fingers crossed:-)

  2. Helen Thurston says

    Coffee probably as I drink that 99% of the time, daughters would probably make a hot chocolate complete with whipped cream, marshmallows and sprinkles !

    • Jenny Leonard says

      Ooops – nearly forgot!

      I’m a coffee person, so I would be serving a nice pick me up first thing in the morning :)

  3. Maria Turner says

    They are gorgeous!

    I’d use them for my breakfast cup of tea, mid daily cappuccino and hot chocolate…. I doubt I’d get to use the owl one though, as my owl mad daughter would probably claim it. :)

  4. says

    Pretty sure I use everyones mug at work so be nice to have my own, but I start early and deal with thousands of students every day so my choice of beverage would be Coffee (with a shot of espresso for that extra kick!)

  5. J. Tingay says

    Bovril – I always find it strange that every football ground I’ve ever visited sells it, but I’ve never seen it sold anywhere else!

  6. Melanie Gardiner says

    It would have to be Taylor & Harrogate’s Hot Lava Java Coffee to get me up and going in the morning.

  7. Michelle says

    We bought two cheap mugs five years ago because they’d ‘do for now’. We’ve used them every day and they refuse to break! If I won, I’d make coffee in a new mug straight away. And finally get rid of the manky old ‘do for now’ mugs.

  8. Carol Peace says

    A lovely cup of tea. Ooh I could just drink one but I got up this morning and the water is off. If I win this maybe it will be back on to make the tea.

  9. says

    It has to be Earl Grey loose brewed in a teapot served with a slice of lemon (no milk, that’s a serious offence to Earl Grey, lol). Lush mugs. As I’m never lucky to win anything with rafflecopters, I will probably treat myself to the owls mug, it’s so pretty

  10. Heidi Nicholson says

    Regardless of whether I win this competition or not…I AM buying the owl mug. I absolutely, positively LOVE it!!!

  11. Annie T says

    Visited Churchill’s site and my favourite designs are the traditional blue – New Story Birds and Flowers and La Dauphine

  12. Jane Willis says

    I wrote a lovely long comment and just as I was about to hit “post” my computer crashed so I’m trying again and this time I’m simply going to say……. TEA!

  13. Cat Adams says

    Nothing beats a nice cup of tea! I have a thing about mugs …I buy them for everyone as there are so many gorgeous designs, these are really lovely ones and would look fabulous with my blue and white china.

  14. kerry Locke says

    Visted ( Great Site by the way ) – and love the traditional Blue Willow Pattern – would look lovely on my dresser!

  15. Tracey Anne Berry says

    ooh it simply has to be hot chocolate made with creamy milk topped with lashings of squirty cream and covered with mini marshmallows, sprinkles and strawberry syrup – yummmmmeeeeeee xx

  16. says

    Earl Grey – a pretty tea in a pretty cup. It’s also the kind of tea you properly pause to enjoy, and the beautiful mugs would certainly add to the moment.

  17. Arabella Bazley says

    I’ve been to the site and I love lots of them but I’m picking Best of British Piccadilly because I am still feeling Patriotic after the fantastic year we have had.

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