Planet Organic – The Festive Spirit of Giving

Planet Organic


Our friends at Planet Organic have been extremely generous and are offering one of these fantastic hampers, worth £110 to one of our lucky readers!

All you have to do is sign up to our newsletter to be in with a chance of winner all of this in time for Christmas.  Simply sign up via our sign up page online.Planet Organic Hamper

Plush Robin & Organic Chocolate
Booja Booja Organic Truffles 138g
The Organic Collection Stollen 500g
The Organic Collection Chestnuts 200g
The Organic Collection Lebkuchen 150g
Happy People Planet Organic Milk Chocolate Almonds 150g
Happy People Planet Organic Cream & Onion Cashews 150g
English Tea Shoppe Organic Peppermint Tea 30g
Plush Classic Paper Star
2 Fentimans Gin & Tonic 275ml
2 Giol Organic Proseccos
Neom Luxury Mini Candle 75g

The competition closes at midnight tonight (8th December 2014) and the winner will be contacted via email within 48 hours.

If you miss out on our competition, you can order your hamper online, and Planet Organic are offering 10% off your hamper order when you buy over £500 worth this Christmas.

A Little Bit About Planet Organic
The UK’s largest fully certified organic supermarket, Planet Organic is a celebration of nature, overflowing with mouth-watering, inspiring and ecologically great ideas.

When Planet Organic opened its doors in 1995, it was Renée Elliott’s dream to offer the best and widest range of organic food and products available. Walk into any store and they will talk to you about which vegetables are in season, inspire you to experiment with new ingredients and help you to choose the best bodycare or natural remedy.

100% ‘artificial anything’ free
Just head over to their website – perfect for treating you and your family to some scrumptious treats this Christmas, plus you may find that extra special pamper gift too.

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