Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion: Free mince pies offer plus win a festive meat hamper

PUBLISHED: 15:49 10 December 2014 | UPDATED: 13:54 11 December 2014

Thompsons of Smithfields Christmas hamper

Thompsons of Smithfields Christmas hamper

Thompsons of Smithfields

This week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times offers and promotions have been revealed...

Pop in to your local Simmons shop this week and whenever you spend £2.50 or more you can get 4 FREE Simmons mince pies worth £3.00 courtesy of your Welwyn Hatfield Times. To take advantage of this offer you must cut out and present the voucher in today’s paper to a Simmons store.

Fancy winning a tasty hamper worth £115? The WHT has teamed up with Thompsons of Smithfield to offer one lucky reader a fabulous meat hamper. The luxurious Christmas Hamper will be filled with the essential meats and condiments for Christmas Day.

It includes a 6-7kg free-range bronze turkey, pork, cranberry and redcurrant sausage stuffing, free range pigs in blankets, Scottish smoked salmon, free range goose fat, hot cranberry jelly and honey roast ham.

With this competition, if you are not the overall winner you can still take advantage of a 10 per cent off reader offer. For more competition details see page 32 of this week’s paper.

Save 15% when you cut out the advert on page 18 for The Don Indian Restaurant in Welwyn Garden City. For full terms and conditions see the paper.

Look out for the Welwyn Hatfield Times team tomorrow (Thursday) as they will be at The Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City between 10.30am and 2pm, selling goody bags for £1. Goody bags include Match Attax cards, a copy of the paper and more!

Coming next week: Christmas Show supplement - it features hundreds of primary school children starring in their Christmas plays.

Pick up your copy of the paper today!


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