Virginia Hayward Goodies Galore Hamper - Review & Giveaway



It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, the big day is just four weeks away. I don't know about you but I think Christmas wouldn’t be the same without a hamper or two to tuck into. I adore hampers, not only are they great to share with your family, but they also make gifts and donations too. Last week Virginia Hayward sent us their Goodies Galore Hamper to review here on the blog, so without further ado.


The Goodies Galore hamper arrived in a purple cardboard box, patterned with white holly, it looked very festive and environmentally friendly. Waiting inside were six different edibles, all of which are perfect to enjoy over the festive period. The hamper is mainly made up of sweet treats, with the handmade Abbey Spiced Biscuits, Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake, Matthew Walker Christmas Pudding, Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge and the Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar. However, there is a little savory included with the Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits. Everything looks so inviting and delicious, so much so that I’m going to have to hide it away otherwise we’ll eat it all before Christmas!


The Goodies Galore Hamper offers all the treats you need to celebrate over Christmas and New Year and at just £14.99 it doesn’t break the bank either. I think it’s a bargain. Head over to Virginia Haywards website to see more Christmas hampers. How would you like to win a Goodies Galore Hamper? To enter simply use the Gleam form below. Good luck and don’t forget to enter my other competitions!

Virginia Hayward Goodies Galore Hamper

Terms & Conditions.         
1. There will be 1 winner who win the prize mentioned above (or alternative if out of stock)
2. Winners details sent to the PR to arrange the prize. 
3. Competition ends 30/12/18.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only

230 comments:

  1. The Clotted Cream Fudge! I love fudge!

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  2. all of it!! But would love the clotted cream fudge

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  3. The Christmas pud! ��

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  4. Clotted Cream Fudge sounds Divine

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  5. i wold love to try the christmas pudding x

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  6. he Clotted Cream Fudge. I love fudge!

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  7. I'd love the Christmas Pudding Always the highlight of the festive meal !

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  8. I like the sound of The Clotted Cream Fudge.

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  9. Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake

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  10. The Christmas pudding

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  11. The spiced biscuits sound yummy, hopefully with some cinnamon in! nom, nom!

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  12. The Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake sounds fab

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  13. The Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar

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  14. The oven baked cheddar biscuits I know will be my favourite!

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  15. I like the sound of the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge.

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  16. The Dundee Cake. I was dreaming about Dundee Cake last night!

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  17. Fab prize xx I'd be thrilled to win 😍

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  18. I love fudge so would be thrilled to try the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge first

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  19. It all sounds great but the Abbey Spiced Biscuits stand out for me

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  20. Abbey Spiced Biscuits look amazing and sound yummy x

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  21. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  22. The Dundee slab cake looks delicious!

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  23. The handmade Abbey Spiced Biscuits sound lovely!

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  24. Definitely the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge, I absolutely love fudge!

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  25. I love the sound of the Clotted Cream Fudge - it looks delicious

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  26. Fudge �� yummy

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  27. It all looks delicious but the handmade Abbey Spiced Biscuits seems very festive so I'll go with that x

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  28. Inline the sound of the handmade Abbey Spiced Biscuits.

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  29. The clotted cream fudge!

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  30. I like the sound of the Clotted Cream Fudge the most

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  31. The Clotted Cream Fudge! I love fudge!

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  32. The Clotted Cream Fudge! I love fudge!

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  33. The Matthew Walker Christmas Pudding

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  34. It's a toss up between the Dundee slab cake and the Christmas Pudding.

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  35. I love a Christmas fruit cake so the Dundee slab cake would be the one I would try first

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  36. The Abbey Spiced Biscuits sound nice!

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  37. All sound delicious but my first choice would be Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  38. I'm especially drooling at the thought of your Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge XXX

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  39. I particularly like theMarket Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake

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  40. The Christmas Pudding sounds beautiful

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  41. The christmas spice biscuits sound nice.

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  42. The English Cheddar biscuits sound yummy.

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  43. Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge sounds lovely!

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  44. The Abbey Spiced Biscuits look lovely

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  45. I am liking the sound of the cheddar biscuits.

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  46. Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge - I love fudge, especially clotted cream, the other half better have paid attention to my heavy hint for a stocking filler gift :D

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  47. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  48. Got to be the chocolate. My name is Elizabeth and I'm a chocoholic.

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  49. The Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge sounds amazing

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  50. They all sound yummy, I do like the sound of the Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake though. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  51. The spiced biscuits sound very me, but all of it really! Love my Christmas pud, especially!

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  52. My son would love the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge :)

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  53. I love Fudge so it would be Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge :)

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  54. i love the sound of the spiced biscuits

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  55. it all sounds nice but will plump for Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits - Tracy Baines

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  56. The milk and white chocolate tree

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  57. Oooo would love to try the Clotted Cream Fudge, fudge always reminds me of holidays, so many wonderful memories and delicious goodies.

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  58. The English Cheddar biscuits sound perfect!

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  59. That clotted cream fudge sounds lovely!

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  60. The savoury Buiteman English Cheddar biscuits sound fab.

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  61. The Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar sounds yummy!

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  62. The Clotted Cream Fudge sounds amazing :)

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  63. I'm really loving the look of the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  64. The clotted cream fudge, yum yum!

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  65. It all looks great, but if I had to choose one the dundee cake

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  66. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  67. Dundee cake :- A delicious treat for afternoon tea.

    Rachel Craig

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  68. The clotted cream fudge. I'm not normally a fudge fan but I have a real love of clotted cream so would love to try that.

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  69. Clotted cream fudge my fave.

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  70. I love fudge, the clotted cream fudge sounds delicious

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  71. Clotted Cream Fudge sounds amazing

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  72. The clotted cream fudge sounds delicious. But then the Dundee cake is one of my favourites too. Lovely selection.

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  73. I love the sound of the Abbey spiced biscuits

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  74. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  75. Radfords Clotted Cream Fudge for more son who loves fudge. I think "the finger of fudge is just enough" started his liking

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  76. The Clotted Cream Fudge. I absolutely LOVE fudge!

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  77. The slab cake looks great

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  78. The Clotted Cream Fudge, thankyou for the competition x

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  79. Oh the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge. I love fudge!

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    Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake - I love fruit cake, preferably with some Wensleydale cheese.

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  81. The Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar

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  82. the christmas pudding looks delicious

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  83. I always gravitate to fudge and toffee!

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  84. clotted cream fudge sounds great

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  85. Dundee slab cake for me. I am a sucker for this kind of cake.

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  86. The clotted cream fudge is calling my name!

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  87. The Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar

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  88. Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar x

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  89. the Dundee Slab Cake would be my favourite I think

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  90. I love the look of the dundee cake looks jam packed with dried fruit yum! x

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  91. The Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake sounds wonderful!

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  92. The chocolate looks great.. and I would have to make sure it tastes great first!

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  93. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge :)

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  94. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge :)

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  95. the clotted cream fudge sounds delicious!

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  96. I like the look of the Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits

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  97. The clotted cream fudge sounds delicious!

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  98. The Cheddar biscuits - anything with cheese get my vote!

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  99. I really like the look of the Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  100. The Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge - fudge is my downfall.

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  101. I like the sound of the Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake

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  102. I like the sound of the clotted cream fudge :) Thanks for running this comp.

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  103. I most like the sound of the Christmas pudding, and would eat this at any time of the year!

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  104. The English Cheddar biscuits sound delightful - cheese and biscuits my two favourite things!

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  105. Matthew Walker Christmas Pudding would be my first choice.

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  106. The chocolate bar looks delicious.

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  107. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge sounds delicious

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  108. The Milk and White Chocolate Tree sounds lush

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  109. The Cheddar Cheese biscuits. They are amazing.

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  110. Clotted Cream Fudge

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  111. The Clotted Cream Fudge would probably be me favourite, although it all sounds nice really. Thank you for the chance.

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  112. The Radfords handmade clotted cream fudge sounds good

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  113. It all looks delicious but the handmade Abbey Spiced Biscuits seems very festive so I'll go with that x

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  114. I love fruit cake, so the Dundee slab cake sounds fab

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  115. The Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits (followed very closely by the fudge!)

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  116. They all look pretty naughty but I think I would probably polish off the Dundee cake first.

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  117. I most like to sound of the Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake!

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  118. Today I am fancying the Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits

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  119. So much yummy stuff, but I think I most like the sound of the Abbey Spiced Biscuits!

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  120. The English Cheddar Biscuits sound particularly delicious

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  121. The sound of The Clotted Cream Fudge sounds divine

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  122. The clotted cream fudge sounds amazing πŸ’‹

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  123. I would have to say the clotted cream fudge!

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  124. Christmas pudding because I love them x

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  125. Clotted cream Fudge! I love it!

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  126. For me it has to be the clotted cream fudge

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  127. OMG the abbey spiced biscuits sound so amazing my mouth is actually watering lol

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  128. All the products look lovely, but i would have the clotted cream fudge first with a cup of coffee x

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  129. All of it - but if I was forced to choose it would be the Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake

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  130. clotted cream fudge nom

    Ellie Spider

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  131. I would reach for the fudge first!

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  132. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  133. The bar of chocolate with the tree on looks delightful!

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  134. Would love to try the spiced biscuits x

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  135. It has to be the clotted cream fudge.

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  136. The Market Town Bakery Dundee Slab Cake sounds really different and nice x

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  137. Dundee slab cake. It isn't Christmas without fruit cake and Wensleydale!

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  138. The fudge, I love fudge. The whole hamper looks fab

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  139. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  140. The Matthew Walker Christmas Pudding - I love christmas pud so much, it doesn't deserve to only be eaten at Xmas.

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  141. How delicious!!

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  142. The handmade clotted cream fudge πŸ˜‹

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  143. Chocolate! It's always chocolate, who can resist?

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  144. Milk with White Chocolate Tree Chocolate Bar looks good to me!

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  145. Definitely the Clotted Cream Fudge x

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  146. The Cheddar biscuits look very moreish and yummy.

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  147. l adore fudge! So the Clotted cream fudge would be my port of call

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  148. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  149. I love savoury so the Buiteman English Cheddar Biscuits caught my eye. They look very sophisticated and delicious x

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  150. Radfords Handmade Clotted Cream Fudge

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  151. The Abbey Spiced Biscuits sound lovely

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