By Tristan Harris 08/05 Updated: 08/05 21:37
AS THE Queen's Diamond Jubilee approaches, we at The Standard have teamed up with a Droitwich miliner to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a bespoke Jubilee hat designed and made exclusively for them.
The winner will be able to choose the style, colour and trimmings to create an original and very special piece of patriotic headwear.
Creations by Caroline has been designing and making stylish bespoke hats and fascinators for years.
Inspired by the growing enthusiasm for innovative headwear for social events, Caroline’s hats are worn at weddings, Christenings, garden parties, race meetings and now, at the Diamond Jubilee.
The winner of the competition will go along to Caroline’s studio in Droitwich for a personal design consultation before the hat is made.
To enter, just answer the following question:
How many years on the throne does The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrate?
Send your answers, along with your contact details, to Jubilee Hat competition, The Bromsgrove Standard, 44 High Street, Bromsgrove, B61 8HQ, or e-mail email@example.com. Alternatively, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date is 5pm next Wednesday (May 16) and the winner will be picked at random.
For more on Caroline’s bespoke hats and fascinators, go to www.creationsbycaroline.co.uk
Terms and Conditions
· Hat will be worth £100.00
· The winner will be invited to attend a design consultation at Caroline’s Droitwich Spa studio, which should take place by Wednesday 23rd May. Evening / weekend appointments are offered but subject to availability.
· Once made the hat should be collected from Caroline’s studio by appointment only on Friday 1st or Saturday 2nd June.
· Winner may be required to take part in associated publicity.
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