Exciting News…I am a finalist for the Food & Drink category in the UK Blog Awards 2018.
The next stage of the process is the PUBLIC VOTE, which begins today! Everyone’s support and positive feedback has already been amazing and is much appreciated. NOW is the time to have your SAY and if you like what you see kindly could you VOTE for ME!
Click the link below, scroll to the bottom of the screen, pop in your name and choose FOOD and DRINK the drop-down menu:
“2014 was the first year in existence for the UK Blog Awards. The UK Blog Awards recognise a multitude of industry social media talent across the UK. The Awards are an exciting and uplifting time for the digital industry of Blogging professionals”
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Best of luck to all the other entrants 🙂
Freedom Japanese Market Review: June 2017
A family saw a gap in the market, when their friends who had moved away from Japan could not find the same high quality of Japanese snacks in their own country. During a family holiday in the U.S, they noticed that the international stores stocked snacks, but they were either dangerously close to their sell by dates or not even of Japanese origin. With this in mind, the family went away and set up family run Freedom Japanese Market, with a determined mission to deliver quality Japanese to the world.
NOW the clock is ticking, but there is still time, but quick have your SAY and VOTE for me! 🙂 Select FOOD and DRINK + LIFESTYLE on the drop down menu, here is the link:
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Followers and fellow bloggers your support and positive feedback has already been amazing and your vote is muchly appreciated!! 🙂
Thank you kindly in advance and best of luck to all the other entrants🙂
NOW exciting news is in the air, I am in the running for the blog awards 2017! The next stage of the process is the PUBLIC VOTE, which begins today!
“The awards are now in their fourth year and we have seen a substantial increase in quality of entrants. The UK Blog Awards are the biggest and UK’s longest running programme to recognise influencer talent and we cannot wait to celebrate with you in 2017”.
Followers and fellow bloggers your support and positive feedback has already been amazing and is much appreciated. NOW is the time to have your SAY and if you like what you see VOTE for ME! 🙂 Select FOOD and DRINK + LIFESTYLE on the drop down menu, here is the link:
Feel free to tweet, facbook, reblog and share this post with the world. Happy Blogging!! 🙂
Thank you kindly in advance and best of luck to all the other entrants 🙂
Little Party Parcels Review: June 2016
Who says that party packs are just for children! Adults too crave a release from the monotonous mundane daily grind of life, work and stress. Almost seeking out that peter pan moment of let’s “never grow up”. This is when I got the opportunity to work with Jennifer, the owner of Little Party Parcels. Jennifer worked closely in conjunction with myself to create the most fabulous party bags for my birthday celebrations.
Packaging provided included perfect pretty pink Italian Kraft paper party bags with twisted handles. Also, frosted dotty party bags with opaque handles. Both were quality, robust and represented excellent value for money. The tissue paper was generous in measurement and are acid free, chlorine free, and bleed resistant. Also, these cute party bags were easy to personalise.
Burnley mechanics Visit: April 2016
The Easter panto Beauty and the Beast by Anton Bensons productions featured at the Burnley Mechanics it was an eggstravaganza and really was not a night to be missed. Beauty and the Beast may be a tale as old as time, but it was brought into the twenty first century with a comical bang or as Basil would say “Boom Boom”!
Recently, pantos have gone beyond the line when trying to please both children and adults within the audience. However, this production really did strike the right balance between family fun with an appropriate mix of subtle adult humour and slapstick comic capers. The Panto was the typical comic cliché based on a fairy tale that included all the common characters expected…oh no it didn’t….oh yes it did!