Competition: Win House of Dorchester’s Coronation Praline Chocolate Crowns
Posted on Wednesday 29th May 2013 by Rob Powell
IT’s the 50th anniversary of House of Dorchester and the British chocolatiers want you to join in the celebrations!
The company can trace its history all the way back to 1963 when they first opened “The Dorchester Maid”, a chocolate shop on Dorchester High Street where a maid would sit in the shop front making chocolates.
Half a century later, House of Dorchester chocolates are widely available in supermarkets, department stores, garden centres, online and even the Historic Royal Palaces with production of the confectionery moved to a factory in Poundbury, the experimental new town built on the land of the Duchy of Cornwall.
As well as celebrating its own anniversary, House of Dorchester is also marking another rather important one: the 60th anniversary of the coronation of the Queen, which is on June 2nd. Their new Coronation range regally presents a Milk chocolate pack with chocolate slims and royal images, a milk chocolate bar in a Coronation sleeve and a beautiful boxed collection of praline crowns.
Five chances to win House of Dorchester Coronation Praline Crowns
House of Dorchester are giving away five boxes of these beautiful crown-shaped milk, dark and white chocolate pralines (srp £6.49).
To win, simply answer this question:
Which English county is Dorchester in?
Please don’t send addresses – five winners will be chosen from the correct answers and contacted to arrange delivery. Closing date for entries is June 6th midday. Winners will be picked at random shortly after and contacted. One entry per email address, competition open to UK residents only.
Updated: Thanks for the entries – the winners have now all been contacted.
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