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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Bringing some Style to the School Lunchbox!

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I'm always being asked to work with non-fashion brands and most cases, I decline, unless they meet two criteria - they're a local NI brand and one that is a genuine part of my life outside of clothes and beauty. Well, Kingsmill meets those criteria - locally made here in Belfast (news to me too!) and a critical part of my day to day. Love it or hate it (I hate it) - the school lunch box can get very monotonous after a few weeks back at school.


So during October, I'm teaming up with Kingsmill, Northern Ireland's top selling bread, to launch an exciting new product that is sure to give lunchtime a new lease of life. Ahead of the launch, I need some help from local readers of School Gate Style...and in return, you could win a year's supply of Kingsmill bread!


What do you have to do? Simply answer some questions on this anonymous survey....it will only take a few minutes and no personal details like names or email addresses are needed -  you need only say which county of Northern Ireland you live in.


But if there's no personal details involved, then how do I win the bread I hear you ask? Well, to be in with a chance of winning one of 5 prizes - yes FIVE - simply leave a comment below this blog post (or below the Facebook post if you are unable to comment here) giving me your name and confirming you've completed the survey. It's as simple as that!


The survey runs for one week until Tuesday 23rd September and soon after, I'll be announcing the bread-winners...see what I did there?


Thanks in advance for your help and for supporting the brands that support this blog :)


Ax


Open to residents of Northern Ireland only
Closing date - Tuesday 23rd September
Prize is a book of vouchers redeemable for Kingsmill products - based on an average family's annual consumption.
Winners will be chosen at random using Random.Org and will be contacted to provide a postal address.

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62 comments

  1. Done the survey! I had no idea Kingmill was made in NI either. Intrigued as to what the new product is. X

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  2. Survey done!

    There seemed to be a mistake in survey it when I looked at it - it asks which county you are from ( assuming it means where you live! - as I live in a different county from where I am originally from :)) - but County Armagh is listed twice - and County Fermanagh is not listed

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  3. I've completed the survey Avril

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  4. Done! Now, if only they could come and make the children's lunches every day and invent wraps which last more than one day in the fridge....one can only dream... :-)

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  5. That's awesome to hear they are here in NI! Completed the survey!! Excited to find out what the new product is.

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  6. Done! Just thinking how many pairs of shoes I could buy with the money I'd save!! ;)

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  7. I've done the survey! Totally hate making packed lunches, anything to make it easier!!

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  8. I have completed the survey. Thank you ever so much :)

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  9. I have taken the survey! I also did not know Kingsmill was made in Belfast!

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  10. Thanks Aislinn - will ask the guys to have a look at that! xx

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  11. Survey completed :) who knew Kingsmill were based in Northern Ireland??

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  12. I know Deirdre - I should clarify, it's not the main headquarters but all the Kingsmill bread sold here is made here in Belfast! x

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  13. Done. I loathe making packed lunches!! My son will only eat the same things and I still find it a chore!

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  14. Survey completed. With 5 kiddies to make lunches for I am always looking for new and inventive ideas. Can't wait to hear what the new product is and a years supply of bread would come in VERY handy!

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  15. I completed the survey. Fingers crossed - thanks for the opportunity.

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  16. Survey completed! Love the blog, Avril, and it's brilliant to see you promoting local products x

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  17. Survey all done!

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  18. Oooohhhhh love a local competition! Done!

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  19. Survey completed :)

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  20. Survey completed

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  21. Annemarie aholohan16 September 2014 at 15:54

    Just completed the survey - thanks!

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  22. Survey completed

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  23. Survey Done. Always good to hear of great products being made here in NI.

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  24. Michelle McCaughtry16 September 2014 at 20:33

    Survey done

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  25. I completed the survey!

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  26. Kingsmill survey completed, so excited to hear about the new product in October.

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  27. completed survey

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  28. Just completed the survey. Would love an alternative for my kids rather than sandwiches.

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  29. Jacqueline Johnston16 September 2014 at 23:33

    All done. Packed lunches are the bane of my life!

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  30. Survey completed. Have daughter just started P1 so making packed lunches again after a 7 break so would love to hear about new product from Kingsmill.

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  31. All done. I have been making Ham sandwiches for lunch for 13 years. My brood won't eat anything else.

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  32. My oldest boy is starting primary school on Monday..(so late, right?) and I am not only panicking about him fending for himself at lunch time but what to put in his fancy new lunch bag??? He is a boy with a healthy appetite but gets bored very easily. Any guidance on avoiding lunches returning home along with rumbling tummies would be greatly appreciated.

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  33. Survey completed, fingers crossed!

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  34. Completed the wee survey!! Who knew Kingsmill were based in Belfast?!

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  35. Kingsmill survey completed - bit of a shocker ticking the oldest age category lol

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  36. Haha Anne! A few other people said that to me too...it's a positive - means you're nearing the point where you don't have to make ham sandwiches x 3 every evening during school term #envy ax

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  37. Have completed the survey and believer I am an entertainer?? I have one super fussy child!!

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  38. Done the survey :-)

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  39. I completed the survey

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  40. Survey completed

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  41. Survey completed. Very curious to find out how our lunches will be vamped up!

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  42. What a great competition!

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  43. Survey completed

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  44. Survey done! It would be lovely to win.. Fingers crossed! With three hungry wee men to feed any help is welcome!!

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  45. Survey completed. Iam an entertainer, relieved to know iam not alone in my struggle lol.

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  46. Survey completed.

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  47. All done - good luck to me! ;)

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  48. Survey completed! Thank you for earlier post on coats for school run.

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  49. Fingers crossed.

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  50. Survey done!!

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