DAY 15: Experience Nottinghamshire Advent Calendar

Advent Day 15

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO JOE DAWSON

On the 15th day of Christmas, Experience Nottinghamshire and Homemade,  give to you
Brownies and Milkshakes for two at Homemade Cafe, Nottingham

Runner up for ‘Best Cheap Eats’ in the Observer Food Awards 2010, Homemade is a cosy, child friendly, independent fresh food cafe serving a delicious menu, while supporting local producers. Fully licensed with beers, wines and ciders, Homemade has a bistro style menu serving a variety of breakfasts, homemade burgers, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, salads, cakes and exciting daily specials. The Homemade Brownie is an absolute must. Homemade is also available for private party bookings and can provide catering for special occasions.

Homemade is open seven days a week, and holds various events throughout the year. For more information see our website, or call  (0)115 924 3030

To Enter this competition, answer this simple question:

What sweet treat is Homemade most famous for?

A: Brownies
B: Candy Canes
C: Mince pies

Send your answer A, B or C … to social@experiencenottinghamshire.com, and title your email DAY 15 ADVENT ENTRY, leave a comment below OR reply to us on Facebook or Twitter.

Terms & Conditions:
This competition runs on 15 December 2012 from 9am, and will close on 16 December 2012 at 9am. The judge’s decision is final. The chosen winner/s will be picked at random on  16 December and will be announced no later than 17 December 2012. The prize includes brownies and milkshakes for two ONLY, and is valid for use on any day except Saturdays. The prize is non-exchangeable nor transferable or refundable, and given at the discretion of the manager.

The voucher is offered courtesy of Homemade

Visit out Love Notts Facebook Page tomorrow to find out what you can win from the Notts Pole next!

Posted on 15 December 2012
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

Often found roaming the Notts countryside. Spaniel Lover. Stargazer. Sweet tooth.

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