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  • 10 Reasons to Holiday in the UK

    10 Reasons to Holiday in the UK Photography at Irvine Beach by Forever Bespoke Photographer Melissa

    Reasons to holiday in the UK

    It's getting to that time of year again, when you're starting to plan your summer holiday. With so many locations to choose at the click of a button (or a visit to the travel agent), many people might glaze over one of the closest and best places for a holiday – and it's right here on your doorstep. More people are now making the choice to holiday in the UK and here are some reasons why...

    1. It's Beautiful

    It can be hard to imagine the beautiful mountains, pristine lakes and warm beaches when you're looking out the office window, but they are there! The UK has some of the most breathtaking scenery that people travel from all over the world to see. It can feel like a world away when you travel to the Scottish Highlands, the Lake District or visit the beaches in Devon. Why go anywhere else when you've got it all at home?

    2. You'll Save Money

    When you cut out the cost of flights, new passports and converting your currency, you'll be in for a big saving. This extra money could allow you to go on holiday more often than before and to have more spending money for days out. If you can swap flights for an extra week's holiday, it might be worth making the switch.

    3. Get To Know Your Country

    Even if you've lived in the UK for your whole life, chances are you've not seen half of it. You know all about the popular holiday destinations in Britain for tourists, but have you actually been to any of them? There's a reason that tourists visit them, so why not find out for yourself by taking a holiday there too.

    4. Less Stress

    Getting your money changed, queuing to check in, queuing for passport control, waiting on your suitcases coming out...

    With all that and more going on, holidays can get stressful. Before getting away, you have to worry about getting there! Cut the stress out of your holiday by traveling closer to home. A few hours in a car can be much more appealing than a long haul flight, especially if children are involved. Traveling at your own pace gives you the opportunity to stop along the way – for food, a quick stop at an attraction, or just to let the kids burn off some energy.

    5. More Time To Relax

    When you don't change time zones, you don't get jet lagged! Jet lag can easily knock a few days off your holiday as you recover, not forgetting the time that you've spent traveling. Staying in the UK will give you a few more days to just relax, with no worries about readjusting back to your normal routine.

    6. The Weather

    The Weather in the UK is something that we all like a good moan about, but we can't deny that it does get quite nice in the summer. These sunny days make our beaches down south rival those in France and Spain, and are the perfect times to get out exploring the countryside. Another plus about our weather is that we're used to it. This can be especially useful when you're on holiday with children, as they'll be able to cope with the heat and be at less risk of sun stroke. Sometimes it can be too hot on holiday, leaving you inside during the hottest times of the day and getting irritable when you're trying to sleep. Stick to what you know, but you'll still need to pack some sunscreen!

    7. Variety and Choice

    There is a lot to do in the UK. If you choose to stay here, there is a massive selection of what kind of holiday you want. There are beautiful beaches on our coastlines, busy city breaks, adventure holidays and countryside getaways. There really is something to suit everyone and plenty of choice that will accommodate your needs. From five star hotels to small camping sites, we've got it all.

    8. Quick Getaway

    If you've only got a few days off, a short break nearby could be just what you need. A quick drive or train journey will leave you with enough time to relax and get in to holiday mode. The short journey home also gives you a full last day – no need to leave early in the morning to make sure you're home at a decent time.

    9. Good Food

    With a diverse range of food all over the UK, why not try some of the local cuisine? Look for local restaurants and pubs to sample the local food and drinks. You might discover a new favourite amongst them! There is a fantastic selection of restaurants all over the country, from small family run pubs to Michelin star restaurants. Go somewhere different and new, to make the most of being in a different part of the country.

    10. Take Your Car

    Having your own transport can give you more options when you're on holiday – from where to go on days out to how much luggage you take with you. Driving to your destination means that you're only restricted by the size of your boot! And there's always a way to squeeze more stuff in. Again this can be more useful if you have children or pets, meaning that you can take their bikes and toys for when you're having a more relaxed day. Don't forget to pack the essentials if you are traveling with your dog..

    Traveling with your pet dog. Travel Dog Essentials in a Tin

    Melissa (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • Top 10 things to do on Valentine's Day

    It can be the most romantic day of the year, or something that you'd rather pass we've come up with the top 10 things to do on Valentine's Day with something to suit everyone. Whether you're planning a date night or a night out with your friends, there's going to be at least one idea to make your Valentine's Day a good one!

    1: Have a movie night – This one is great for everyone. If you're in a relationship then swap the long queues at the cinema, and expensive popcorn, for a cosy movie night at home. If you're single, invite your friends round to your house for a night in. You get to pick the movie, eat whatever you want, and there won't be anyone tall sitting in front of you...perfect!

    2: Eat a lot of chocolate – It would be rude not to eat the box of chocolates that you've been given. Better make sure it doesn't go to waste and eat them all at once.

    3: Make gift tokens for your other half – Flowers and chocolate might be a classic on Valentine's Day, but they're also predictable. Why not give something with a bit more of a personal touch? Make gift tokens for your partner and it'll be the gift that keeps on giving. Let them cash in their tokens for various gifts like days out, breakfast in bed and a night off from cleaning the dishes.

    4: Cook a romantic meal at home – Save yourself the stress of booking a table at a busy restaurant and make a romantic meal in the comfort of your own home. A candlelit dinner doesn't have to be fancy to impress – cook your partner's favourite food and it'll go down a treat. Why not take them upstairs afterwards to surprise them...with a Valentine's pillow to go to “sleep” on!

    Valentines Day Love Birds Pillowcase Valentines Day Gift Ideas

    5: Go out with the girls – If a quiet night in isn't quite your style, a night out with cocktails might sound more appealing! Get the girls together and go for a night out in town...who said Valentine's Day is just for couples anyway?!

    6: Send a Valentine's card signed from a “secret admirer” - Even if they'll know it's from you. Keep the day fun and light hearted with a mysterious card through the door! Everyone likes to get a card on Valentine's Day. Although they won't always admit it, you can guarantee they'll be smiling once it's opened.

    7: Treat yourself – Because you're the best person to love, all year round. Show yourself just how much you're appreciated by getting you a treat. Get those expensive shoes you've been eyeing up, or that top that you've wanted for deserve it!

    8: Buy her some flowers – Sometimes the classic gifts are the best, especially if you're not usually one for buying flowers. Your wife will appreciate the romantic gesture, and will be thinking of you all week when she looks at them.

    9: Go back to your first date – Remind your partner of where it all started and take them back to your first date. It'll bring back fun memories and will make for a much more meaningful date, if it's somewhere that means a lot to you both.

    10: ...nothing – Why not wait until the 15th to buy loads of chocolate half price and go out for dinner when it's not so busy! Don't get stressed about trying to do the most romantic thing on Valentine's Day, when you can show your other half just how much you care on any other day of the year.

    Melissa (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)


    10 Ways To Be Active Outdoors in Winter 10 Ways To Be Active Outdoors in Winter


    When the cold weather hits and your warm bed is persuading you to have just five more minutes, the prospect of heading outside can seem unappealing. If you are searching for a winter workout that will motivate you, here are some great ideas to get you active and stick to that new year resolution to shed a few pounds!

    Go a long walk

    For families, kids and pets that love the great outdoors, this is a perfect way to get active. There is nothing better than crunching through crisp leaves when it's frosty so grab your winter boots, puffy jacket and explore Britain's beautiful woodlands, trails, beaches and parks. The fresh air will feel great and your post-festive body will thank you for it!

    Go hiking

    If walking isn't strenuous enough then why not step it up a gear and try hiking. Scope out local mountains or climbing sites to plan your route. Hiking is a great way to spot some wildlife, and experience a part of nature you wouldn’t otherwise get a chance to see. If you are feeling adventurous why not take a tent and set up camp when you find the perfect spot.

    Get on your bike!

    Layer up and get on your bike for a fantastic full body workout that will improve overall heath and well-being. Opting for a bike ride gives you the opportunity to enjoy the winter scenery and cut down on harmful emissions – both good for you and the environment!

    Join a club

    There are lots of different outdoor clubs you can join – try a local walking club or perhaps a boot camp if you are feeling brave! In addition to being physically active it is a great way to meet people and make new friends! Search your local council website for information on exciting clubs in your area.


    If you are looking for a more hands on approach to getting active outdoors then why not volunteer to help out on local projects such as tending the community garden - a great way to burn both stress and calories (much more appealing than the gym!).

    Don't go it alone

    Getting friends and family involved can make getting active much more fun and provides an opportunity for some bonding time (if you are not too sick of them after the festive period!). Plan team activities such as snowball fights, ice skating, football or rounders.

    Learn a sport

    Learning a winter sport such as skiing, snowboarding or ice skating is definitely an option for those who have a real sense of adventure! Stay stylish with our outdoor Boing bracelets which are fashioned from sailing and climbing rope. With a variety of colours and sizes, they are the perfect accessory to accompany you on your great adventure!

    This fashionable accessory comes fabulously packaged in a branded circular metal tin which contains protective fabric and a card insert. It is a great place to store the band when the sports person is not wearing it. Mens Boing Bracelets

    Make waves

    Definitely not for the faint hearted - activities such as white water rafting, canoeing and windsurfing can certainly be a refreshing activity!


    Children will love playing with the outdoor toys they were given at Christmas so get involved - running around after them will definitely burn some calories! With the thick snow fall a game of hide and seek will also be great fun to play... no matter what age you are!

    Snow fun

    It is cold, disruptive and a complete nuisance at times but it can be lots of fun! make the most of the snow by going sledging down a big hill or build a snowman (tip - try to get the kids involved so it doesn't look as strange to the neighbours).

    So what are you waiting for, wrap up in your winter gear, get outdoors and get active!

    Stephanie (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • 10 things to consider when choosing childcare

    Choosing Child Care Top Tips when you are considering Child Care

    Finding childcare for the first time can be a daunting task, whether your baby is 9 months or 3 years old. With a lot of things to consider and questions to ask, we've come up with a checklist of 10 things to be looking out for during your selection.

    1: Meal Plans – Find out if you have to make a packed lunch to take in, or if food is included in the price. If it is included, what kind of meals do they make? A hot, 'home made' lunch is a popular option in nurseries, which means less worry about dinner when you get home. Don't forget to ask about catering for any special dietary needs that your child has.

    2: Naps – Are there set nap times, and where do they sleep? This could be a big thing to consider. If your baby will only nap with a cuddle/walk in the pram/dark room, you need to make sure that they can get it.

    3: Holidays – You might be jetting off on a week away, or just taking some time off work and want to take your child out of childcare for the week. Make sure you know the policies on holidays. Some places still take full fees for being off, others are a bit more relaxed. You don't want to get an unexpected bill when you get home from holiday!

    4: Cuddles – Sometimes a cuddle can solve anything. From a teething baby to an upset toddler, a cuddle can make it all better. You want somewhere that can be a home from home, and where the staff have time for all the children.

    5: Potty Training – It might be a long way off, but one day you'll have to do it! Find out how often they'll go to the toilet and how many spare pairs of pants you should pack. Maybe put in some spare socks and shoes too.

    6: Activities – Have a look at what toys are on offer for the children and the different things that they can do during the day. It's good to have a mix of activities, so that they can go wild in the morning and relax towards the end of the day. An outdoor play area is always a plus, and ask if they'll go on trips to the shops and park.

    7: Settling in Sessions – These can be just as important for Mum and Dad as they are for the child. Check out how many settling in sessions you can do, starting with an hour or two before you build up to a full day. Most nurseries and childminders will be happy for you to phone up and check on how your child's doing at any time, which could give you the extra peace of mind that they're having a good time!

    8: Who Can Do Pick Ups? - There might be an emergency at home, a meeting running late or your train has been delayed, so you need someone else to do the evening pick up. Make sure you have a back-up plan in case you can't get there in time, and that your childcare provider knows who this is. They might want to meet them, or have a password to give before they can collect your child.

    9: Accessibility – You may have found the perfect place to send your child, but it won't work if you can't get there! It can also help if you're dropping off your child en route to work, so you're not adding too much time on to the start and end of your day.

    10: What do you need to pack? - Find out everything that's included in the daily rate you'll be paying. You might need to send in your own wipes, nappies and a packed lunch. Ask about trips and any toddler groups your child might be taken to, and if these are funded out of what you already pay.

    Remember that the most important part of childcare is that you and your child are both happy. They might take a little while to settle in, but soon enough your child will be running away from you the second you're in the door. Don't forget to pack a change of clothes (maybe more than one...) and to put their name on the tags!

    Melissa (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • Find Your Perfect Bridesmaid

    10 things to consider when choosing your bridesmaids

    Lets face it, being a bridesmaid is a big responsibility so whether it's your friend, sister or cousin, you want to make sure you pick the right girl for the job! Before popping the question here are a few things you might want to consider...

    Reason 1- Think numbers. According to tradition, the number of bridesmaids you have should be proportionate to the size of your wedding. So having 20 bridesmaids for a wedding party of 50 is a bit excessive!

    Reason 2- Are you asking her because you have to? If you are under pressure from your Mum to choose a cousin you haven't spoken to since you were five or if your fiancé is hassling you to choose his sister then put your foot down! This is your big day and you need someone who will make you happy and support you.

    Reason 3 -Is she really your friend? We have all made this drunken promise to our friends but if you haven't spoke to her in over a year then you might want to reconsider!

    Reason 4- Can you trust her? You will need her honest opinion on absolutely everything so you don't want someone who will let you walk down the aisle looking like a big fluffy meringue!

    Reason 5- Is she supportive of your marriage? If she's not a fan of your man then she probably isn't the best fit for your bridal party. The last thing you want is her screaming “ME!” when asked if anyone objects!

    Reason 6- Will she complain about her dress? Nobody wants a a fussy bridesmaid complaining that the colour doesn't suit her. Pick someone that will wear the unflattering lilac chiffon dress because she loves you and you have been dreaming of a lilac wedding since you were eight years old.

    Reason 7 - Will she throw an amazing hen do? It is a big responsibility to get this right! She needs to know if you are the type of girl that favours a relaxing spa weekend or a crazy night with all the inappropriate props!

    Reason 8 - Will she put you first? You are the centre of attention and you don't want her trying to steal the limelight or make a scene by flirting with the best man!

    Reason 9 - Can she hack it? Lets face it, being a bridesmaid is not all champagne and glamour - it can be a military operation at times! From organising your hen do to helping you squeeze into your dress on the big day, pick someone that can deal with pressure and still keep their sense of humour!

    Reason 10 - Is she prepared to get her hands dirty? Can she deal with dodgy drunken dancing from your uncle? or be there with a tissue in hand for your Mum when she gets emotional during the first dance? Dealing with wedding drama while letting you be the fabulous newly-wed is a must!

    If she can do all these things with her make-up and sense of humour in tact then you are on to a winner...

    Why not get her a personalised 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid' heart to ask your best friend to be your bridesmaid and stand by you on your big day.

    Stephanie (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)



    Now that the excitement of Christmas has passed and the winter weather is taking it's toll, your little ones may be suffering from January Blues. But don't let the rain, wind and snow dampen the fun! Here are some great ideas to keep them entertained both outdoors and indoors...

    Activity 1- Go on a puddle hunt

    Pull on your wellies and head out for a revitalising walk in the rain. Children will love finding the muddiest puddles and making the biggest splash! Create a fun obstacle course by jumping from one puddle to another – whoever can complete it without stepping outside the puddles wins! Just make sure they wipe their feet before going in the house!

    Activity 2-Lets go fly a kite!

    Take advantage of the wind and have lots of fun and laughter flying a kite – perhaps the all time favourite thing to do on a windy day! You can buy them in all shapes and sizes but why not get creative and make your own with materials around the house. Hold on tight so it doesn't blow away!

    Activity 3-Build snow creatures

    It is expected to snow this week so wrap up warm and get busy playing in the garden or local park. Why stick to building snowmen when you can make all different kinds of creatures. Try out some scary snow monsters or animals – let their imagination run wild and see what ideas they come up with!

    Activity 4-Track wildlife

    After a fall of snow is the perfect time to spot mysterious animals tracks. Try to guess what type of animal may have left the trail and follow it to see where it leads! Take a notebook and camera to let them record what they find.

    Activity 5-Create ice decorations

    Arrange natural materials (such as berries and leaves) along with a long piece of string and pastry cutters. Pour in water and leave outside to freeze overnight. When you wake up the next morning these decorative ice structures will look great hanging on a tree or window – especially when the sun shines through them.

    Activity 6 -Build a den outside

    We have all tried building a den indoors with chairs, pillows and sheets but mum can still find us. A private hideout outside is the perfect place to hang out with your friends and get away from nosy siblings. Make a shelter in the back garden using leaves, twigs or branches (it works best with a big tree to hide under).

    Activity 7-Balloon modelling

    Learn how to make fantastic balloon animals. Guaranteeing hours of fun, we have a great kit that contains everything you need: 32 modelling balloons, a hand pump and eye stickers to complete the look. Children can show off their crazy creations to friends and relatives – ideal for parties or family gatherings!

    Click HERE for more info.

    Activity 8-Make a bird feeder

    A cardboard tube (kitchen roll or toilet roll tube) makes an ideal bird feeder for the garden. Firstly make two holes in the top (get mum to help you) to thread a loop of string in to so it can be hung up in the garden on a tree or hook. Cover the tube in peanut butter (or something similar) then roll it in to bird seed or breakfast cereal. After you have hung it up go back inside and watch from the window to see what birds you can spot (it won't take long).

    Activity 9-Knitting

    Teaching children to knit can be a wonderful bonding experience and a great skill to have. Our 'knit your own teddy' kit is the perfect way to get them started. It comes with a step by step instruction guide and material to make two teddies. You can create a mummy (or daddy) and baby bear. Why not have a teddy bear picnic once they have been created or display on their beds.

    Click HERE for more info.

    Activity 10-Curl up with a book

    Gather comfy bean bags or cuddle up on the couch with a good book. Check out our 'Guess How Much I Love you' pop up book. It has various pull tabs, lift pages and pop up sections so they can interact while they read. The pop up feature will always bring a surprise to their face and make reading fun!

    Click HERE for more info.

    For more inspiring outdoor wild weather adventures check out 'The Wild Weather Book'

    The Wild Weather Book The Wild Weather Book

    Stephanie (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • First Date Failures

    new-blog-photo10 signs your first date is going badly

    The dating scene is full of mixed signals and miscommunication so it can be hard to tell how a date is going. With Valentines Day fast approaching, this guide will help you spot initial warning signs that they might not be the one...

    Reason 1 : They don't listen or ask you questions: If they are more occupied with their phone or the menu rather than talking to you, chances are, things won’t work out. A good date will want to get to know you and if they don't seem interested then they probably aren't!

    Reason 2: They can't stop talking... about themselves: By the end of the date you know their shoe size, their favourite colour, what type of dog they have, their dogs name, what their dog eats – and all they know is your name.

    Reason 3: They are constantly on their phone: If they are answering calls, responding to messages or swiping through Tinder while they are with you - this is not only a bad sign, it's just bad manners!

    Reason 4: ...Silence: Awkward moments are inevitable on a first date - however, there is a big difference between a few nervous quiet spells and having literally nothing to say to someone. An hour of no conversation is definitely a sign there isn't a spark!

    Reason 5: Lack of effort: If they turn up to a Michelin star restaurant smelling of Vodka and look like they have been roughing it for the last week... just leave.

    Reason 6: Flirting with other people: The conversation has been amazing!... between them and the waiter.

    Reason 7: If they have drank a bottle of wine before the starter: There might be a few underlying issues...

    Reason 8: They can't stop talking about their ex: Crying into their main about how much they love (or hate) her is definitely not good!

    Reason 9: If they have been at the toilet for more than 20 minutes... They probably won't be returning!

    Reason 10 Cutting it short: If they can't eat their pasta arrabiata any quicker and pass on dessert this is definitely a sign that they are just not that into you!

    If you notice these things then a second date might not be on the cards!

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    Stephanie (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • Win A Baking Kit From Forever Bespoke

    Baking Set10 Reasons to Bake!!

    Reason Number 1: Nothing smells better in your home than freshly baked cakes, breads or pies. So baking smells good is reason 1 for baking on a random Tuesday afternoon (especially if you have finished burning those scented candles you got for Christmas).

    Reason Number 2: Baking can be creative: Try creating your own invention which could become the latest trend.. maybe try adding bacon to cupcakes or peanut butter to just about anything..

    Reason Number 3: Baking spreads happiness: You are sure to get in the good books with your work colleagues, boss, friends and partner if you bake some treats (just remember to try and not eat all those cookies before your other half comes home or you go to work the next day or they will never believe that you baked).

    Reason Number 4: Home made cakes are tastier: You have full control of the ingredients which you add and you know there's no hidden extras inside so technically healthier too. Also you can create low fat versions although who bakes when they are on a diet...

    Reason Number 5: Baking is fun: Getting the kitchen in a mess will remind you of the days when you used to bake with mum or granny and lick the bowl at the end or in the middle when they weren't looking...even better involve your kids.

    Reason Number 6: Home baking can be cheaper: It is less expensive than buying pre made cakes in the shop so that means you can bake every week.

    Reason Number 7: You are home alone: Your partner isn't going to know you were baking as he/she is working late and you've ate all the evidence...10 chocolate chip cookies down... and well the kitchen has never looked cleaner.

    Reason Number 8: Baking could lead to a new career: Practice makes perfect so this is the perfect reason to bake every day off and the weekends....If the bottom goes soggy or they get a little burnt then try again and again and again until they are just right. That's the only way you are going to make yourself a baking star on 'The Great British Bake Off' and Mary Berry didn't become an expert after one bake.

    Reason Number 9: Just because WE LOVE CAKE: Carrot cake, red velvet cake, chocolate cake, angel cake, Christmas cake, birthday cake, wedding cake or Friday cake...any excuse for us to eat cake in the office.

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    Reason Number 10: This bakes on us: Win a butter biscuits baking kit courtesy of Forever Bespoke.

    Click the image below to be in with a chance of winning the pictured baking kit:

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    Emma (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • Baby's First Christmas Wooden Star

    One of our photographers Melissa has a toddler and enjoys following mummy blogs and getting advice from other mums. She recommended 'mum in a nutshell' blog as being one of her favourites to follow- a mummy blogger showcasing her life with a baby, tween and a teenager.

    We contacted Devon (mum in a nutshell blogger) and asked if she wanted to join forces and review one of our products. We love hearing customer feedback so we can improve our products and services. Devon loves personalised gifts especially after she had a new baby recently who has an unusual name . She tells us in her review that she lets her children all pick their own Christmas bauble each year to add to the family Christmas tree. After the festive season is over she adds each bauble in to a keepsake box for each child so when they move out the family home they can take their Christmas mementos with them. Devon was very impressed with the personalised wooden star and the fact it was presented in a branded gift box.




    We are running a competition for you to win a personalised wooden star for a special baby that you know. To enter all you have to do is like our facebook page and mum in a nutshell facebook page to get 2 entries. The competition  closes on the 24th November so be quick.

    We would love to hear from you if you are a keen blogger with an interest in trying out new products. We are always interested in working with different people and finding out your feedback on our products or even ideas for new products too. Follow the link here

    Emma (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

  • Board Games Are Perfect Christmas Gifts For The Family

    Christmas is a magical time that brings families together with festive food, drinks and games.  I enjoy the home comforts during the festive season including  my Gran's home baking and cosy nights in drinking hot chocolate watching Christmas movies.

    Finding the perfect gift for the whole family to enjoy can be tricky but we have a few ideas in our newly launched Christmas category.

    Christmas Display

    A board game is perfect for the whole brood to enjoy during the festive season and all year round- more sociable than a computer game or a new gadget.

    A favourite game to play during the Christmas season in my house is Cluedo. I enjoy the murder mystery and trying to mislead the other competitors on to different tracks on the route to finding the culprit, murder weapon and the room the murder took place.  It always provides lots of fun after enjoying the huge Christmas extravaganza.

    This traditional set of dominoes will bring the family together and provide hours of entertainment for both children and adults alike. They are presented in a sturdy wooden box which can be personalised with the recipient's first name or even the family name.

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    This leads us on nicely to tonight's episode of the Apprentice. The candidates next challenge is to design a brand new board game and then try and sell it to shops across London. Will they try and re create the next wooden domino set or perhaps a money related game? Maybe you could create your own board game to give to your family for Christmas- just remember to add the rules.

    Look out for a baking related Christmas post coming soon along with some competitions.

    Emma (Forever Bespoke Marketing Team)

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