Innocent x Lily Cole: Win A Months Supply of Innocent Smoothie [Now Closed, Thank You For Entering!]

So some of my older readers who’ve been with me a while might remember that the last time I was in the country for Winter I got involved with Innocent Smoothie’s ‘Big Knit’ campaign by designing my own miniature hat. As I missed out on all the action last year, being in Los Angeles and everything (Innocent? I am over the moon that I can now also buy you in France, but where were you when I needed you on the West Coast, Pressed Juice availability be damned!) I thought it was time for a little update on this years leg of the campaign.
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This year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Big Knit, Innocent have teamed up with Lily Cole to design a full sized wooly hat (which I need in my life, by the way even if I have the one I designed. One of my friends won my original giveaway of it, and she was kind enough to trade it back with me in return for smoothie!), with all the proceeds going to Age UK. Just like so many of the mini hats you can find on smoothie bottles, these big hats are also knitted with love by British grannies using 100% British wool. You can buy them online here. For every bottle of smoothie you pick up adorned by a baby hat, 25p will go to Age UK.
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By way of celebrating this collaboration, the wonderful team up at Innocent HQ is offering a months supply of free smoothie to one of my UK based readers. All you have to do is leave a comment with your favourite Innocent Smoothie flavour on this post to be in with a chance of winning before midnight on Wednesday (the 20th!) Fyi, mine is the classic Strawberry & Banana, though I am also partial to the Kiwi, Apple & Lime flavour, and I really hope they bring back Lemon, Honey & Ginger for Christmas. I do usually only keep their Orange Juice with Bits in my fridge for every day consumption, however. Good luck, and form my London readers, remember that my giveaway to see Rick Stein live for one night only at the London Palladium ends on the 21st.

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