Competition: Win a Mother’s Day hamper from The Galleria in Hatfield

The Galleria, Hatfield. Picture: Danny Loo

The Galleria, Hatfield. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2018

With Mothering Sunday fast approaching, we’ve got a Mother’s Day hamper to be won courtesy of The Galleria in Hatfield.

The Galleria in HatfieldThe Galleria in Hatfield

Do you struggle to find the perfect gift to make your mum feel loved on Mother’s Day?

If so, here’s the chance to win a Mother’s Day hamper from The Galleria brimming with a gorgeous array of goodies to spoil your mum on her special day.

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, March 11 this year.

Our Galleria prize bundle features a French Connection voucher worth £20, two gorgeous animal themed cushions and a Yankee candle from Julian Charles, which will leave her house smelling luxurious.

Does your mum like to bake or would she love to learn?

The prize bundle also includes Mary Berry’s new cook book, and Jamie Oliver’s 5 Ingredients recipe book, so she can cook up plenty of treats, or perhaps you could choose a recipe and cater for her this Mother’s Day.

To enter this competition, simply answer the question below and follow the entry instructions.

What day is Mother’s Day this year?

a) February 14

b) March 11

c) December 25

To enter, email your answer, together with your name, age, address and contact number, to comps@whtimes.co.uk

Please include ‘Mum’ in the subject line.

The closing date for entries is 3pm on Tuesday, March 6.

Normal Archant competition rules apply. The editor’s decision is final.

• For more on Hatfield outlet shopping centre The Galleria, visit https://thegalleria.co.uk/

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