Sunday, 19 January 2014

WIN a Hope & Greenwood Afternoon Tea Pack

Ever fancied making afternoon tea, Hope and Greenwood style? Well, now you can with out fantastic new giveaway!

Hope & Greenwood Afternoon Tea Goodies

Packed with enough treats to satisfy even the sweetest tooth, this fantastic recipe book has everything you'll need to create the perfect tea party. Covering everything from finger sandwiches to afternoon tea etiquette, Miss Hope will soon have you baking like a pro and teaching your friends a thing or two about the wonderful world of afternoon tea.

Sound good? That's not all...

As an extra little treat, we'll also throw in a box of Hope and Greenwood's brand new Afternoon Tea sweets, to nibble on whilst planning your afternoon tea menu. Coming in three different flavours, we just know that you'll love them as much as us (read our review here)

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic giveaway, simply follow the Rafflecopter instructions below.

Good Luck!

Lots of love,
Laura & Caroline

 a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and Conditions: Open to UK residents only. Only one entry per person. Competition will close at midday on 31/01/2014. The winner will be chosen and announced on 1/02/2014. The Afternoon Tea Club's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. There will be no cash alternative. Winner will be notified via email. By entering the competition the winner agrees to participate in such promotional activity on our website and Twitter. No responsibility can be taken for any entries which are not received for any reason. 
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102 comments

  1. It's got to be a fruit scone with some clotted cream mmmh

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  2. ohh I second that, a wresh baked scone with devon clotted cream ... ohhh yum

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  3. Im obsessed with shortbread, plain, vanilla, choc chip, you name it I love it... imagine shortbread sweets?! mmm!

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  4. Definitely a good scone - I'm partial to blueberry scones at the moment. Also, anything with lemon!

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  5. My Favourite Afternoon Tea Bake Is A Cream Horn

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  6. fruit scone with a lashing of clotted cream

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  7. classic scone with jam and clotted cream ;)

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  8. Victoria sponge cake Homemade with lashings of strawberry jam..

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  9. Clotted cream tea strawberry jam and butter

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  10. I love petit fours - mini battenburgs, brownies, chocolate marzipans.. yum.

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  11. Tough question! Millionaire shortbread I think....or scones!

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  12. Tough question! Millionaire shortbread I think....or scones!

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  13. Chocolate brownies or Millionaire shortcake, love a tray bake.

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  14. Coffee and walnut - gorgeous :)

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  15. Mocha cake or homemade scones x

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  16. It has to be clotted cream with fresh scones!

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  17. cheese scones spread with sea salted butter

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  18. A proper Cornish tea would be my perfect afternoon tea bake.

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  19. A nice slice of Victoria sandwich.

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  20. nice warm scone with clotted cream and strawberry jam....mmmmmm

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  21. cream tea with Cornish clotted cream

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  22. scones of any kind really especially fruit based

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  23. scone with jam and clotted cream yummy =laura jayne bates

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  24. Mines not a bake, but I don't think afternoon tea is the same without a good cucumber sandwich.

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  25. Macarons - it's just a shame that they're a bit tricky to make x

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  26. lemon drizzle cake and cream

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  27. Pistachio and cranberry cookies.

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  28. Traditional scones and jam preserve, with savoury cheese scones with a homemade chutney!

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  29. scones, clotted cream and jam!

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  30. Definitely old fashioned English Tea with scones and clotted cream. Maybe a few macaroons, cheesecake, with lots of yummy sandwiches, esp egg mayo! Simple but so delish!

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  31. Welsh cakes with Welsh butter, heavenly.

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  32. it has to be WARM fruit scones, with clotted cream and jam. delicious with tea in front of a real fire..!

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  33. it has to be WARM fruit scones, with clotted cream and jam. delicious with tea in front of a real fire..!

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  34. it has to be WARM fruit scones, with clotted cream and jam. delicious with tea in front of a real fire..!

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  35. it has to be WARM fruit scones, with clotted cream and jam. delicious with tea in front of a real fire..!

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  36. it has to be WARM fruit scones, with clotted cream and jam. delicious with tea in front of a real fire..!

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  37. FRUIT SCONES WITH FRESH CREAM AND STRAWBERRIES

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  38. A Scone with strawberry Jam :)

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  39. Scones with jam & cream - perfect for afternoon tea :)

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  40. Scones with cream first, then jam - the Devon way!

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  41. Scones with jam and clotted cream.

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  42. For me it has to be the traditional scone with lots of jam and cream

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  43. Wow, what a tough question!! I adore fresh schones with clotted cream and jam, but also a gorgeous freshly baked slice of Victoria Sponge cake!

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  44. My fave is a cherry scone... yum! @criscurran

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  45. Millionaires Shortbread it's gorgeous :)

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  46. coconut cherry traybake


    Sairz eastham

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  47. A slice of Victoria sponge with fresh cream and English strawberries, along with a cup of tea.

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  48. Definitely scones with jam and cream!

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  49. O god this is a hard choice lemon drizzle cake or walm banana loaf with butter mmmmmmmm BOTH

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  50. I make a gorgeous 'boozy' brownie which doesn't have any actual alcohol in it but has amarretti biscuits instead. I'm dairy free so make it with dark choc and its LUSH!

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  51. Scones to have with jam and cream ... yummy! :-)

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