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Win a Home made Unicorn

Published on Tuesday, 24th September 2019, contributed by Home

Not only is it International Week of Happiness at Work, it's also the week of the Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday, so Home are bringing the two things together to create something good for everyone.

If you know Home, you know that they love food. A lot. Especially cake. It makes them happy at work in the form of welcome cakes for new Homies on their first day, homemade cakes baked especially for clients and workshop attendees, a cake for pudding for their famous Wednesday lunches or cake for.... well, just because they feel like it!

What also makes Home happy is the chance to give back and support charities that are close to not only their hearts, but the hearts of others too. 

So, they are giving you the opportunity to be in with a chance of winning one of Homie Louise's legendary Unicorn cakes this Friday. Tickets are £2.50 and money raised will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support in aid of their coffee morning.

You can buy as many tickets as you like, and the winner will be announced on Friday afternoon. The winning cake can be personalised with a name, message or birthday number if you want it for a special occasion. You can 'bank' your win if you have got an occasion in the coming months that you would love it for, just let Louise know when she gets in touch if you're the lucky winner.

You can buy your raffle tickets here.

To enter the competition you have to answer a (very easy) question to prove that you aren't a cake-loving robot. Home will deliver the winning cake within a half an hour driving time of the Home offices at Unicorn Park, Bristol, BS4 4EX. Anything further than that, the winner will have to come and pick up your Unicorn yourself (giddy up).

Please give Louise 3 days notice for your cake if you win, she needs time to work her magic!

10% of raffle ticket cost goes to Raffall, the host of our online raffle.

Good luck! And if you do enter, give the raffle a share so that they can raise as much money as possible for such a worthy cause.