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Easter Giveaway Competition 2019

Enter our Easter Giveaway Competition for a chance to win a set of Kitchen Accessories in Garden Bird and a delicious chocolate Easter Egg!

Easter Day is so close! You know what that means, don't you? It's Easter Giveaway time!

We would like to give you a chance to win this cute and useful set of kitchen accessories in our Garden Bird range. It's perfect for springtime, don't you think? Also, we will be adding to the giveaway a delicious chocolate Easter Egg, to make it even more appealing. The value of the price for this giveaway is £75! What are you waiting for? Start entering the giveaway!

Giveaway rules: how to join

Joining this giveaway is really easy. There are a few rules to follow:
  1. Follow our Instagram account if you have Instagram
  2. Follow our Twitter account if you have a Twitter profile
  3. Like our Facebook page
  4. Find the giveaway post and tag a friend in the comments!
We will randomly select the winner on Thursday the 18th of April, and send the price over the same afternoon.a Rafflecopter giveaway

And now... 5 Easter curiosities you may or may not know about!

Easter-curiosities- Easter Giveaway competition
  1. Did you know that the first chocolate egg produced in the UK was the one made by Fry's of Bristol in 1873?
  2. The tallest chocolate Easter Egg ever was created in Italy in 2011. 10.39 meters in height and 7,200 in weight!
  3. The Easter Bunny tradition is believed to have originated in Europe in the 19th century. Rabbits usually give birth to a big litter of babies (called kittens), so they became a symbol of new life. Legend has it that the Easter bunny lays, decorates and hides eggs as they are also a symbol of new life. This is the reason behind Easter egg hunts and decorations.
  4. The name Easter owes its origin from Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess who symbolizes hare and egg.
  5. The exchange of eggs for Easter dates back to a springtime custom older than Easter itself in which eggs were given as a symbol of rebirth in many cultures.
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