Tag "Competition"

COMPETITION TIME! Win a meal for two at The Old Inn Dunfermline

Last week we featured the delicious gourmet burgers available at The Old Inn, one of Dunfermline’s oldest establishments. Today we are delighted to announce that two burgers and two drinks are up for grabs in our free-to-enter competition. Simply answer the following question and email your answer to avocadosweetcomp@gmail.com. The winning name will be pulled from a hat on 24 July. Good luck! Competition question: Can you name two of

Enter our competition to win a beautiful new book!

Win a copy of Robert the Bruce! Recently we featured the publication of a stunning new book about Robert the Bruce as told by award winning author James Robertson and illustrated by the brilliant Jill Calder. We are delighted that the publishers Birlinn Books have offered us a copy of the 64 page hardback book as a prize in our competition. All you need to do is answer a simple question

Competition Time! Win tickets to Edinburgh Filmhouse

Drambuie and Filmhouse Edinburgh are offering 2 lucky Avocado Sweet readers the chance to win tickets to a screening of Tunes of Glory starring Alec Guinness. The screening is on the 30th of April. Drambuie is supporting a series of film seasons over 2014 to bring ‘A Taste of the Extraordinary’ to Edinburgh cinema audiences. Winners will be entitled to a free Drambuie cocktail at the Filmhouse Bar. Tweet ‘Tunes

WIN a gorgeous framed picture from Hannah Brown Interiors

Hannah Brown Interiors is a fresh new range of decorative products for the home, all handmade by Hannah herself. The range includes unusual framed items such as microscope slides, quail eggs and seafans. There are also richly textured cushions and delicately pressed orchids and leaves. We particularly like the duckweed series mounted on shades of green and we’re delighted that Hannah has offered a framed duckweed print as a competition

Knit Your Own Scotland: Competition Time!

If you wake up tomorrow and decide to knit your country avoid the landmarks. Take it from two women who have tried. For them the Forth Rail Bridge proved to be a span too far but the Scotch pie, Tunnocks teacakes and Andy Murray turned out beautifully. Two costume designers, Jackie Holt and Ruth Bailey have published Knit Your Own Scotland with patterns for some of the best Scottish icons,