Prestige, makers of some of the nation’s best loved kitchenware, are running a fabulous competition to find the Greatest British Family and to reward them with £300 to spend at Prestige.co.uk.
|Now all I have to do is get us all in ONE picture!|
Prestige has been at the heart of the British home for more than 75 years and I can certainly remember my mum making casseroles in her Prestige dishes and mixing up a Victoria Sandwich or two. There was also the unfortunate “bran muffin” phase where she created a cake dense enough to create a partition wall but nobody is allowed to talk about that.
This year Prestige have created a new range of kitchenware in patriotic blue or red with their Vintage Kitchen range – just in time for the Queen’s Birthday.
|Enamel Mixing Bowls & Ramekins From The Prestige Vintage Kitchen Range|
Families have changed over the years but one thing remains the same – the importance of spending time together and making memories and Prestige want to celebrate families everywhere.
How To Enter
Simply submit a family selfie or video that shows what makes your family the greatest in Britain and tell Prestige what sets your family apart from the rest.
It could be family baking together, a trip to the zoo or playing footie on a Saturday morning for example.
All you need to do is upload your family selfie via the submission box on the right hand side of the competition page HERE
You must explain why you’re the Greatest British Family in the description and if you wish to submit a video, there’s a separate link you’ll need to follow.
You can join in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #greatestbritishfamily after you have entered!
One lucky winner will receive £300 to spend at Prestige.co.uk and there are two £100 prizes for a family member of your choice.
All entrants will automatically receive a Prestige discount code to spend on any Prestige products on the Prestige website.
The competition will close on Sunday 31st July. So what are you waiting for?
Get ending those videos and family selfies.
Good luck and here’s that link again.