WIN a place on a cupcake course (worth £89)!

13 September 2011 No Comments

This competition is now closed, the winner will be announced here and on Facebook and Twitter on Monday 26th September. We will also notify the winner by email.

It’s your chance to learn how to make cupcakes like a pro with our competition. We’re giving you the chance to win a one-day place on the Perfect Cupcakes class (worth £89) courtesy of Let’s Make Cupcakes!

WIN a place on a cupcake course!The local company is a specialised cupcake school, offering cupcake classes in luxurious surroundings. Classes are held at the beautiful 4 Star Greenhouse Hotel in Eastcliff, and include a delicious lunch and refreshments. You’ll get the chance to learn a variety of skills and techniques you can replicate at home, and even the most inexperienced baker can achieve professional results. Based in Bournemouth, all the equipment and ingredients are provided, so all you need to bring is your creativity! You can enter for free by answering the question below. The competition closes at midday, Monday 26th September, terms and conditions apply.

For more information on Lets Make Cupcakes, visit their website here.

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Terms: 1 – Winners will be selected at random from all entries with the correct answer that are validly received. Editor’s decision is final. 2. – No cash alternative. 3. – Employees or close associates of and Lets Make Cupcakes are not eligible to win. 4. – Competition closes at 12 midday Monday 26th September 2011. 5. – Prize includes one place on a one-day cupcake decorating course, including lunch and refreshments. 6. Date of prize to be pre-arranged with Lets Make Cupcakes, and must be before 26th March 2012.

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