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Win our readymade Jubilee Jamboree party in a box worth £300

13 May 2012

DIAMOND_JUBILEE_Celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with our readymade Jubilee Jamboree party in a box worth £300.  Everything you need to have a fabulous time on the 5th June, from bubbly to bunting, Pimms to party poppers and a £150 M&S food voucher to have a right Royal feast!

We hope you want to join in the fun and also the spirit of this celebration so why not sign up to give a regular donation to your favourite charity straight from your pay and be in with a chance of winning everything you will need for your own Dazzling Diamond Jubilee Jamboree!

This readymade Jubilee Jamboree party in a box is worth £300 and includes; 4 bottles of Pimms; 2 bottles of Champagne; 4 bottles of old fashioned lemonade; £150 M&S food voucher; Union Jack bunting; Union Jack table cloth; Union Jack cake stand; sandwich flags and napkins; red, white and blue party poppers; commemorative mugs, plate and tea-towels.

The offer is valid for every employee who signs up to give to ANY charity from their pay from 16th April until 28th May 2012, just in time for the big celebration!

Already giving to charity via pay?  Then as a thank you, we would be happy to include you in this prize draw, simply email your name/ employer name and a contact number to info@workplacegiving-uk.co.uk.  Please note we will need to have received your details by email before 28th May 2012.

Good luck and enjoy the celebrations!!

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