Prize Draw Competition Winners!

Prize Draw Competition Winners!

6 November 2012 - A huge thank you to all of the schools who have already registered with us for this year’s event on Wednesday November 14th.

Schools who registered before the 5th November* were automatically entered into a free prize draw, and we are pleased to announce the following schools have won a £15 voucher from our friends at Delfland Nursery!

• Phoenix High School, London
• Takeley Primary School, Hertfordshire
• Newland St John’s CE Primary, Hull
• Helpringham Primary School, Lincolnshire
• Crosland Moor Junior School, Huddersfield 


If you didn’t win this time, don’t forget there is still a chance for you to get your hands on our other fantastic prizes by blogging about your Roast Dinner Day Celebrations! We want to hear all about how your school is getting involved; are you inviting local press, VIPs and community members? Are you sourcing any unusual produce or using veg from the school garden? How will your school catering team make it a day to remember?

Share your festivities with the media and showcase the great work you are doing as part of the Food for Life Partnership. We’ve put together a press template for you to use, which can be downloaded here.

Please log in to your FFLP webpage and get blogging! If you can't remember your school's login details, email us on

Congratulations to our winners once again! 


*Registration is still open for Roast Dinner Day, and schools can blog to win prizes, but the prize draw competition has now closed.

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