Win a food hamper!

PUBLISHED: 12:33 27 April 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

BOX OF GOODIES: The hamper prize, demonstrated by Clair Boylin, Sainsbury store manager Scott Ward, left, and duty manager Martin Goodchild. Picture: BRIAN PURDY

BOX OF GOODIES: The hamper prize, demonstrated by Clair Boylin, Sainsbury store manager Scott Ward, left, and duty manager Martin Goodchild. Picture: BRIAN PURDY

ENGLISH football s showpiece event, the FA Cup Final, will be a family occasion for one Fenland household, thanks to Sainsbury s. Your favourite local paper has teamed up with the March supermarket to bring you a hamper of goods worth £30, made up of bott

ENGLISH football's showpiece event, the FA Cup Final, will be a family occasion for one Fenland household, thanks to Sainsbury's.

Your favourite local paper has teamed up with the March supermarket to bring you a hamper of goods worth £30, made up of bottles of beer, a bottle of rosé wine and fruit juice drinks for the children, as well a packets of crisps and a box of chocolates.

Clair Boylin, customer training support worker Sainsbury's, said: "We wanted to try something different and we decided to do a competition with a hamper to bring the whole family together."

For your chance to win the hamper, answer the following simple question:

Where is this year's FA Cup Final being held?

Send your answers on a postcard, or on the back of a sealed envelope, to FA Cup Competition, 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ, or 34 Market Place, Wisbech, PE13 1DP.. Alternatively, you can e-mail your answer to editor@cambs-times.co.uk or editor@wisbech-standard.co.uk

Entries close at noon on Monday, May 7 and the winner will be the sender of the first correct answer drawn at random.

Archant competition rules apply.


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