Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion: Mother’s Day supplement plus get free Hot Cross Buns from Simmons

PUBLISHED: 17:03 02 March 2016 | UPDATED: 17:03 02 March 2016

Look out for our Mother's Day sounvenir supplement in this week's paper

Look out for our Mother's Day sounvenir supplement in this week's paper


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

Look out for our 16-page Mother’s Day souvenir supplement in today’s Welwyn Hatfield Times. It features messages from school children from across the area to show how much they care about their parents, grandparents and guardians.

Schools include:

Birchwood Avenue Primary School, Brookmans Park Primary School, Cranborne Primary School, De Havilland Primary School, Essendon Church of England (VC) Primary School, Green Lanes Primary School, Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Howe Dell Primary School, Ladbrooke Junior Mixed & Infant School, Little Heath Primary School, Oak View Primary School, Oaklands Primary School, Oakmere Primary School, Peartree Primary School, Ponsbourne St Mary’s CofE Primary School, St John’s Voluntary Aided CofE Primary School, St Mary’s Church of England Primary School, St Philip Howard Catholic Primary School, The Wroxham School, and Welwyn St Mary’s CofE Voluntary Aided Primary School.

Pop in to your local Simmons shop this week, and whenever you spend £2.50 or more you can get a pack of 4 FREE traditional Hot Cross Buns (worth £1.99) courtesy of your Welwyn Hatfield Times. To take advantage of this offer you must make sure you cut out and present the voucher printed on page 23 when making your purchase from any Simmons store.

Coming next week:

- World Book Day photo supplement

- Simmons Hot Cross Buns offer

- Save £10 at Chiquitos

- Sula Sweets promotion at Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City

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