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Stir it up magazine May 2014

COUNTRY CLUB 22 MAY 2014 >> If you’re in need of a bit of fi zz in your life, then this could be the prize for you. We’re giving away a fantastic Soda Stream to one lucky reader. With a snap-lock bottle mechanism for effortless preparation and an LED indicator to tell you when your water is fully carbonated, you’ll have a bottle of bubbly ready in 30 seconds. The prize includes a nine fl avour sample pack. For your chance to win, send an email titled ‘Soda Stream’, along with your name, contact details and the name of your Country Range Group wholesaler, to i i ns@stiritupmagazine.co.uk WIN: a Soda Stream and bag some bubbles... competitions@st WIN: a retro sweet hamper worth £67 Hey sugar! >> Life is sweet with this great competition prize. We’ve got a Retro Sweet Hamper worth £67 up for grabs for one Country Clubber. This huge wicker hamper is packed full of all kinds of traditional sweets and old-school favourites, fromboiled favourites like Rhubarb and Custard, to chews like Fruit Salad and Blackjacks, to classics like Wham, Space Dust and Parma Violets. It also includes a whoopee cushion, water bombs, and an original comic from bygone times (you might get a 1972 Whizzer and Chips, or a 1985 Beano... it’s a surprise!) just to complete the nostalgia trip! To enter, send an email titled ‘Retro Sweet Hamper’, along with your name, contact details and the name of your Country Range Group wholesaler, to competitions@stiritupmagazine.co.uk A GREAT RESULT WITH STORK >> Stir it up readers Sue Sturdy (pictured with sales representative Mark Edwards) and Laura Galloway (not pictured) are in the mix after scooping a fabulous KitchenAid each in our recent Stork competition. James Allred, education channel marketing manager for Unilever Food Solutions, commented: “We’re thrilled at the response this competition received, and are delighted that we’ve been able to help showcase the great work those working in schoolmeals are doing. We only need to look at the support our Stork Big School Bake Off activity generated last year to see the resonance baking has with school cooks and caterers. They’ve really got behind this. “This year, in partnership with LACA, we’re looking to fifind the best school baker. Entries are open to school cooks and caterers – all those engaged in the school kitchen – to submit their best sweet bake recipe and take part in this exciting competition ” For more information and full terms and conditions, visit w com/schoolfood. Entries close at 5pm on Friday 30 May 20 n.” www.UFS. 014. S supported ed by Could you be the best school baker? Enter your best sweet bake recipe in to our competition for your chance to win...


Stir it up magazine May 2014
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