Win the Giant Union Jack Button - and support Jeremiah's Journey! - This competition is now closed and the winner of the giant button is Toni Panter! Congratulations Toni :)
We're running a competition with the chance for you to win the famous giant Union Jack button wall hanging that I created in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Currently on display in the window of my shop on The Barbican, Plymouth, the button has generated so much interest that I have decided to run a competition and raise some money for local charity Jeremiah's Journey at the same time. I have made another button solely for this competition which is on display in the shop.
In short - all you have to do is donate some money on the Just Giving page and guess how many buttons you think were used to create this one-off unique peice. All proceeds will go to Jeremiah's Journey, a local charity that do fantastic work in supporting children and their families when they lose someone close to them.
How to enter
1) Pop into the shop or have a look at the photo below and take a guess as to how many buttons you think were used to create it
2) Go to the Just Giving page and make your donation (you can do this anonymously if you wish). *
3) Make sure you leave a message on the Just Giving page telling me how many buttons you think were used.
Or in person:
Pop into the shop and take a look at the button - we have entry forms and a collection box where you can make your donation and have a guess!
The competition will close at 5pm on Friday 6th July and the winner will be announced on our website and Facebook page on Monday 9th July.
* Please remember to uncheck the box that says" I’m not getting a ticket, product or service in return for my donation"
About Jeremiah's Journey
At Jeremiah's Journey we are a small team of friendly individuals who work together to provide the best support that we can for our families. For bereaved children and their families, the main part of our service is to run a short term therapeutic group programme. We like to meet with our families initially to ensure that we are able to meet their needs. Visit their website for more information: www.jeremiahsjourney.org.uk