Published at 13:48, Friday, 01 June 2012
ROLL out the bunting and wave your flags — it’s jubilee time. Ahead of the Queen’s Jubilee, local communities are busily preparing their own parties in celebration.
Like many national events, the party spirit is alive as we start dusting off the bunting and pulling out the trestle tables. No matter what the weather, indulging in a traditional street party with tons of food, yummy scones, cream and mouthwatering jam and a good old knees up is a must.
If you want to have the best quality treats for your street party, why not try St Dalfour 100 per cent fruit spread to perfectly compliment your scones and indulge your taste buds? St Dalfour 100 per cent fruit preserves are natural with rich, luscious ingredients and a superb taste, the ideal accompaniment to scones and cream at your street party. Not only is St Dalfour’s jam the perfect Jubilee party preserve, it is also made with “all natural” ingredients, guaranteed to be free from additives and artificial ingredients. So, make sure you and your street are indulging their taste buds with St Dalfour’s to ensure you have a truly memorable jubilee party.
For your chance to win a selection of St Dalfour just answer the following question:
What is the Diamond Jubilee celebration?
A) 60 years of the Queen on the throne
B) 40 years of the Queen on the throne
C) 25 years of the Queen on the throne
Send your answer using the competition form, to Jubilee Jam competition, c/o Jo Davies, Features Desk, Evening Mail, Abbey Road, Barrow, Cumbria, LA14 5QS.
The closing date for entries is Thursday June 7.
Usual Evening Mail rule apply.
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