FABULOUS Great British Hamper Tower Giveaway…..
I am delighted to be able to offer this amazing Great British Hamper Tower as my new Giveaway – a magnificent hamper that celebrates all that is delicious and tasty about British food, this hamper is packed full of amazing treats…..the Great British Hamper has been kindly donated by Hamper Gifts, an on-line Wine and Food Hamper company, and with a huge range to choose from too………
there’s Picnic Hampers, Wine Hampers, Beer Hampers, Cheese Hampers as well as many more gifts to choose from such as Chocolate Gifts, Bath and Beauty Gifts and even Muffins and Cookies!
The Great British Hamper Tower that is being offered is simply delicious! A tower of wonderful British foodie treats all PRESENTED IN SEVEN BLUE & SILVER GIFT BOXES! The tower is all GIFT WRAPPED BY HAND WITH RED, SILVER & BLUE RIBBON and comes with a PERSONALISED GIFT MESSAGE.….and would make a wonderful gift for a special friend or family member….the hamper tower comprieses:
- Spicy Tomato Chutney (42g)
- The Wooden Spoon Wholegrain Mustard & Spitfire Ale (42g)
- Cottage Delight Bramley Apple Sauce (200g) GOLD MEDAL at the Great Taste Awards
- Simply Delicious Yorkshire Butter Toffee (125g)
- Cottage Delight Handmade Barley Sugar Sticks (60g)
- Moist Sultana Flapjack (120g)
- Chocolate & Oat Flapjack (120g)
- The Wooden Spoon Citrus Grapefruit & Lime Marmalade (42g)
- Lancashire Crumble Fudge Cubes (140g)
- Edinburgh Tea & Coffee Co. Medium Roast Coffee (56g)
- Cottage Delight Summer Berries Jam (340g)
- Lemon Butter Shortbread Bites (100g)
- New English Teas English Breakfast Tea x 10 Envelopes
TOWER HEIGHT: 42cm
Best of British Food Tower is a great way to celebrate British food at home, or share our best delicacies with friends from abroad. There are some classics in here – as you can see from the list, there are Sweet treats including butter toffee from Yorkshire, crumbly fudge cubes from Lancashire and handmade barley sugar sticks. You can also indulge in some beautiful Bramley apple sauce, which is a Gold Medal winner from the Great Taste Awards. It’s a lovely selection of British goodies, and whilst I was drooling my way through the other hampers on Hamper Gifts, I notice that they have a great selection of Wine Gifts too!
So, have a look at the website, choose your hamper – they deliver ALL YEAR ROUND and for every occasion….Birthdays, Thank You’s, Anniversaries, Christmas, Weddings or maybe just for a personal Pamper Gift, and in the meantime……and just take a look at the Giveaway again, seven boxes of British Products – representing all that is best of British!
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Gill Bland says
I think I’d take it to work and have a midnight picnic with my colleagues when we are on night shifts together. How much more fun would they be with this lot of goodies?! Having said that…I’m not sure the OH would agree to letting it out of his sight.
OH yes, I am SO with you for a Midnight Picnic Gill! GREAT idea!
Attachment Mummy says
We’re planning a lovely day out and a picnic for my birthday in August, so this lovely hamper would help with that – yum!
What a LOVELY idea for a special day!
Sandra Geddes says
I’d take some friends on a picnic x
I think Picnics will be popular! 🙂
Cheryll Hastie says
I’d take my girls out for a picnic in the sunshine 🙂 I’d make myself a flask of coffee too! 🙂
LOVELY idea and I love picnics! 🙂
I think I’d have to have a tea party, so much stuff.
Tracy Nixon says
Thanks for the great giveaway! I think I would organise a mini Olympics for my children and nieces and nephews! All together there are 12 under the age of 9 so should be fun! We would have it at my parents as they have a huge back garden! We would prepare a huge spread for all the family!
What a FABULOUS idea Tracy! LOVE it!
I would admire it for a while and they consume it in the most decadent manner I could muster! It looks fabulous. 🙂
LOL! I LIKE your style Lucy!
Gillian Holmes says
I’d take my boyfriend out for a nice romantic picnic in the beautiful park that’s just down the road from our new flat 🙂
LOVELY Jen – and a new flat, so maybe a house warming picnic then too!
emma jane holder says
if i won i take my hubby out on a romantic picnic by the river as i havent been very well for years and am are slowly on the mend now ,but i couldnt of done it without the love and care he has given me , he had to take on the role of a house husband as some days i couldnt get out of bed i ws that ill,but he just got on with it ,cooked,cleaned and looked after the children as well as me,i would just like to say a big thankyou to him and tell him he how much he means to me ,plus its are wedding aniversary on the 16th of august so this would be the perfect day to have the picnic if i won x
What a LOVELY answer Emma, and happy anniversary for the 16th August!
katrina day-reilly says
My family love going on a picnic so this would be fantastic for our family to have one
A picnic would be GREAT with all of these goodies!
My first thought was a lovely picnic in the park but not very likely with all this dreadful rain about. It would have to be a fancy tea party at home (warm and dry) with family and friends.
NICE idea and I so so love picnics at the kitchen table!
Heather Haigh says
A picnic would be lovely, but if the weather doesn’t improve it might have to be an indoor one on rugs on the floor with a soppy film.
What a BRILLIANT idea, love it!
Kate Cunningham says
I would prepare a beautiful afternoon tea for MIL who is house bound and bring along her granddaughters and great granddaughter to share it. All girls together!
What a GREAT idea, a Girls Afternoon IN and with tea!
Siobhan Jackson says
Mine would definitely be a picnic! sit there and watch the world go by whilst stuffing my face
LOL! I would love to stuff my face with this hamper of goodies!
I’d have a lovely picnic with the family!
I think Picnics are proving very popular!
Galina V says
My fabourite gifts to give & receive: hampers of all sizes. I would invite a few friends over who have children with special needs and find holidays rather stressful. It would be a lovely treat for us. And we wouldn’t mind our kids being noisy, they will join in and can hum and stim to their hearts’ content.
A LOVELY idea Galina and a BIG Good Luck to you! 🙂
Jean Bolsover says
I’d give a few of the items to my mum and mother-in-law and the rest my family would have a feast. There are alot of lovely products!
There are some GREAT products there aren’t there!
Jane Willis says
I’d make breakfast with the tea, coffee, toast and marmalade – I wouldn’t want to wait until later in the day to start tucking in!
I think that breakfast is a GREAT idea!
I would say a picnic but given the weather recently I think I would make a fabuous afternoon high tea and invite friends
This hamper would make a GREAT High Tea! 🙂
Hazel Rea says
I’d make a picnic – we could eat it in the car overlooking the sea if the weather was bad – or indoors if we couldn’t face a gale!
LOVELY! A picnic in the car……by the seaside!
Maya Russell says
I’d incorporate this into a huge breakfast/brunch.
OH what a great idea!
Lisa Rowsell says
I would attempt to make afternoon tea for some of my friends who I haven’t caught up with for a very long time.
A Tea Time Reunion – I LIKE it!
julie kenny says
I would have a birthday picnic for my daughter xx
melanie crumpton says
Afternoon Tea but as a picnic… when the weather gets better!
YES! Love it, a tea time picnic!
Donna Lawton says
I would give this to my Nan I think as she really deserves a treat for looking after us all these years. x
AW – that is such a lovely thought!
Michelle G says
I’d take it on our camping trip (if the weather picks up) and then we could either eat it in or out – if the weather was too bad 🙂
GREAT idea and sort of a camping tuck box!
Rainie Bish says
A picnic, we have plans for a family and friends day at the beach so it would come in very handy. I have to say the event will go ahead even in the rain. We have beach tents and to be honest if we play a few games nobody ever cares what the weathers like. We are British so wellies and waterproofs on the beach wont be a new idea for us.
SO good to see that you are prepared for a wet picnic! GOOD LUCK! 🙂
Cheryl Pasquier says
I’d offer bits and pieces to French family and friends to show them that us Brits do know a thing or two about fine food … but I’d hide the rest in the cupboard for sneaking me-time treats when the kids are in bed !! LOL
LOL! I LIKE your style! Yes, a gal after my own heart!
helen rhoads says
I would give it to my friend for her birthday
What a LOVELY thought!
Beach hut picninc is always the best
OH what a GREAT idea! LOVE it!
PAULA BURNSIDE says
I would make a lovely picnic to enjoy with my children in the school holidays.
I think picnics are going to be VERY popular!
Katherine L says
If I won, I would bring as much as I can carry up to Scotland with me when I visit my inlaws next time. I love giving them treats as they always spoil me!
I bet they would love it if you won!
Laura summerscales says
I would have a end of summer party. Not having much of one here in the UK atm but I would make do!
GREAT Plan! Good Luck!
Frances hopkins says
I lovely great big picnic
Gillian Thompson says
I would take our family out on a picnic. I would wait for a lovely day and then gather up a blanket and the tower and go and enjoy ourselves!!
Have tower, will picnic!
mandy waller says
I would give it to someone special – my partner 🙂
That’s a lovely idea!
EMMA WALTERS says
wow, what an amazing gift this would make!! it would be perfect for my brother & his girlfriend, bianca who is an amazing cook & i’m sure she would be so impressed with this. As she is from holland, i hope there are a few great british items she hasnt tried yet 🙂
GREAT idea for a gift then! Good Luck!
Ian Campbell says
I’d give this to my Mum, she definitely deserves a lovely treat 🙂
Aw what a LOVELY treat for your mum, Good Luck!
Jane Townson says
I’d spoil the hubby and children with a surprise picnic.
LOVELY idea Jane!
Maria @ Feisty Tapas says
Afternoon tea but only with special guests (it tastes better that way), so you are invited Karen!
OH thanks Maria, let’s hope you WIN! 🙂
Claire Trevor says
I’d save it for when my brother’s house is finished being renovated, then I’d get his new garden table out and have an outdoor buffet with the family to celebrate!
BRILLIANT! And I LOVE idea of using the new garden table too!
My friend’s emigrating to Oz this year, so I’d share the hamper with her and a few friends for a girls get together/farewell party.
That would be such a GREAT idea for her and all of you!
Rachel Blackburn says
I’d give it to my mum as a treat
What a LOVELY idea! 🙂
A lovely Olympics tea party, what else?
laura banks says
i’d take my son and we’d go to the beach and have a picnic
OH yes, I LIKE it, a beach picnic!
I LOVE picnics on the beach!
I’d have a picnic in the garden with the other mums and babies I know.
A mum and baby picnic, LOVELY!
Susan Ellams says
I’d invite all my friends round who have helped me over the years, And have a nice coffee morning with lot’s of treats.
That is such a LOVELY idea!
Becky John says
I would give it to my gran as a treat.
AW that’s lovely!
kerry Locke says
An afternoon high tea in the glorious sunshine ( its coming.. I promise .. I ordered some on wednesday!!! ) with my family xx
GREAT idea and high tea in the garden is always a lovely way to share good food!
Emma J Lowe says
i would go for a bike ride with my family and halfway, stop and have a nice treat.
What a GREAT idea!
Definitely a tea party unless the weather is appropriate for a picnic! I live very close to a lovely park and it would be nice but I’m wise to the weather 🙂
GOOD LUCK and a BIG yes for a tea party!
Ali Thorpe says
I have a bedroom that needs decorating so I would have a painting party. I would entice my friends and faily to help with these goodies!
BRILLIANT idea, you all get treats and you get painting help!
marissia watkins says
I would take it on my trip -hot air balloning
FABULOUS! I like your style!
Sam B says
I’d share it with the girls at work – everyone would get to pick a mystery box! They’ve been very supportive whilst I’ve had to take some time off and this would be such a fun way of saying thank you!
What a LOVELY idea! Good Luck!
Lilinha Angel says
WOW! I would have a very posh picnic. It would make a change from our usual picnics! 🙂 x
Posh picnics I LOVE!
michaela britton says
I’d have a romantic picnic with my hubb
Now that is romantic!
Ness Gorton says
I’d give it to my sister & brother in law, he’s only worked 2 weeks this year due to illness & now gotta have a knee replacement so they don’t treat themselves cos of lack of funds so this would be fantastic for them.
What a lovely gesture! Good Luck!
Cat (Yellow Days) says
My little sister is returning from a year working in Australia in a few days so I’d share it with her over a fun girly weekend.
That would be such fun!
Fi Clarke says
I would give it to my sister and her husband so they could treat themselves to a little time together and have a romantic picnic. My sister recently gave birth to twins so they’ve been completely overwhelmed since and I think this hamper would cheer her up!
What a fab giveaway Karen, lovely.
Thanks Jo – lovely products in the prize!
christine reid says
I would make a fab picnic to take to The Battle Proms and I would take a brolly.
FABULOUS idea and one that I would love to do too!
christina curtis says
I would give it to my parents i think they would really enjoy it.
That’s a lovely thought!
Linda Hobbis says
I’d prepare a traditional English picnic for the family , with Union Jack cushions, fairy lights in the trees, a huge comfy blanket on the ground and some soft music. There’d be traditional games too, rounders, cricket and tag (the only one I’m any good at).
I would hire a rowing b
I would hire a rowing boat on the River Avon and row towards Bath with my wife, we would then enjoy a lovely picnic somewhere alongside the river before rowing back.
What a GREAT idea – love it!
Diana Cotter says
I’d give it to my son and his girlfriend as a flat warming present. A PhD student and a newly qualified doctor won’t have a lot of time for shopping and cooking, and they deserve a reward for all the hard work they’ve put in.
What a LOVELY thing to do!
Susan El Carter says
I’d ues it to make my contribution to the ‘big party’ celebration my friends are planning for when I finally finish my treatment sessions. Just 5 more lots of 3 weeks to go. Can’t wait.
Su Tyler says
It would have to be afternoon tea with our sons and their young ladies (and grandson of course!) Lovely chutney and mustard for sandwiches, flapjacks, jam and sweeties.
Teas like this are called Pick at our house.. Oldest son came up with it when he was little because you picked up the food!
LOVE it – PICK – such a great name! Good Luck!
Jayne Sullivan says
I would share the contents with my Dad whose Birthday is at the start of September. A massive thank you for all the help and love he has given me over the years.
That is SUCH a lovely idea…..really lovely!
Lynne OConnor says
Very tempted to keep it for myself but would probably give it to my stepmum to say thanks for everything she does for my dad during this difficult time
The Gourmet Grocer says
What a lovely idea! I like it.