WIN!: We team up with Love Pork to offer PIG’nic hamper worth �155
THE traditional pork pie topped a recent survey as the food British people feel a picnic is not a picnic without. That is why Love Pork is leading a campaign to rename picnics to PIG’nics!
To help make your picnic a success, we have teamed up with lovepork.co.uk to give one lucky reader a chance to win a luxury PIG’nic hamper worth �155.
It includes: the Love Summer Love Pork recipe booklet, four plates, four tumblers, four mugs, four sets of knife, fork and spoon, four cotton napkins, cotton tablecloth, stainless steel flask, insulated food cooler and salt and pepper shaker.
If you too are a PIG’nic fan you can pledge your support to the campaign by logging on to the Love Pork Facebook page. As well as being able to register your support, you will also find a Love Pork PIG’nic calendar with top PIG’nic dates for your diary, a downloadable recipe booklet and tips to ensure your PIG’nic is a success.
Campaign supporter and Olympic swimming silver medallist Sharron Davies said: “I love hosting impromptu picnics in the park with family and friends, especially during the summer holidays. We always have plenty of pork pies, ham sandwiches and sausage rolls in our PIG’nics hamper’ so I fully support the new name.”
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For more information about the PIG’nic campaign or to download the Love Summer Love Pork recipe booklet visit www.lovepork.co.uk
• To be in with a chance of winning the picnic, grab the July 30 edition of the Cambs Times or Wisbech Standard.
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