Sam’s Kitchen’s Gingerbread House Competition!

Thank you to every one who attended my gingerbread house competition in aid of Chestnut Tree House the children’s Hospice. It was a great success with a wide variety of houses. In attendance on the night was Sam from Sam’s Kitchen, Father Christmas and even Peppa pig herself.

 On the evening of Thursday 6th of December at Tulleys Farm, Turners Hill, Sam’s Kitchen held their Gingerbread House competition in aid of the Chestnut Tree House the children’s Hospice. It was a successful evening including a wide variety of houses, such as a double story house with working lights, one with Father Christmas including his sleigh and reindeer on the roof and one dedicated to Peppa Pig!

 

In attendance on the night was Sam from Sam’s Kitchen, Father Christmas and even Peppa pig herself. Children were icing their own gingerbread biscuits whilst wearing their Sam’s kitchen head Chef hats, however not many biscuits made it home as they were eaten straight away!

 

During the prize giving Sam thanked all entrants as well as The Copthorne Hotel and especially Tulleys Farm, for their generous donations of prizes and hospitality.

 

Winners

Gail Brokenshire

For her innovative use of all things edible!

 

 MiniRascals.com  (Peppa Pig Look-a-like Mascot hire for your Birthday Party)

for their Peppa Pig house.

 

 B-lush Beauty the Professional Beauty Therapists see http://www.b-lush.com

For their clever beauty themed house.

 

 

A representative from Chestnut Tree House was there to explain the excellent care given to children with life limiting conditions and the service they provide for families affected. If you still wish to donate to this very worthwhile cause you may do so at http://www.justgiving.com/SamsKitchenUK

 

 

To find out more about Sam’s Kitchen, his iced gingerbread biscuits and other products please go to http://www.sams-kitchen.co.uk

Children were icing their own gingerbread biscuits whilst wearing their Sam’s kitchen head Chef hats, however not many biscuits made it home as they were eaten straight away! During the prize giving Sam thanked all entrants aswell as The Copthorne Hotel and especially Tulleys Farm, for their generous donations of prizes and hospitality.

Winners
Gail Brokenshire
For her innovative use of all things edible!

A representative from Chestnut Tree House was there to explain the excellent care given to children with life limiting conditions and the service they provide for families affected. If you still wish to donate to this very worthwhile cause you may do so at www.justgiving.com/SamsKitchenUK