Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Yorkshire Hamper Giveaway with Inntravel - CLOSED



July has been a great month for Yorkshire. Firstly we had Le Grand Départ of the Tour de France come whizzing through for two days. Then there was one of the highlights of the agricultural year with the Great Yorkshire Show. Throughout the month there has been some great music festivals including Tramlines in Sheffield. The fun doesn't stop in July as we look forward to August starting with the annual appreciation of all things Yorkshire on 1st August and Yorkshire Day.
Le Grand Départ of the Tour de France leaving Leeds
To celebrate Yorkshire Day I've teamed up with Inntravel to give one reader of JibberJabberUK a chance to #TakeTheSlowLane and sample some the finest produce Yorkshire has to offer. From its base in North Yorkshire Inntravel is a provider of cycling, walking and skiing holidays in Europe and beyond. Their ethos is that holidays should be enjoyed and not rushed by taking the slow lane.
Goathland Station on the North Yorks Moors Railway
The prize consists of a hamper containing the following fine Yorkshire products sourced by Yorkshire Food Finder:

Gravadlax from Staal Smokehouse near Beverley, East Yorkshire
Assorted pork charcuterie from Greedy Little Pig in Shelley, West Yorkshire
A Barncliffe Brie from The Great Yorkshire Cheese Company, also from Shelley
A bottle of the Great Yorkshire Brewery’s Two Chefs honey-thyme ale produced in Cropton, North Yorkshire
Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil from Thixendale in North Yorkshire and a dressing from Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil too. 

We've been trying this hamper and it is all utterly delicious. For a simple supper try the Gravadlax as a simple supper of roasted potato wedges, French beans and smoked mackerel. If you like the look of this hamper have a look at the Inntravel Yorkshire Gastronomic Celebration.

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Terms and conditions

By participating in this prize draw you are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.
Promotion runs from Wednesday 30th July 2014 and all entries must be received by Midnight (BST) on Wednesday 20th August 2014 (evening of 20th August and 21st August 2014) at the latest.
Winners will be drawn at random via the Rafflecopter widget at the end of the promotion.
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The promoter reserves the right to substitute or amend the contents of the hamper if a product is unavailable.
Prize draws are open to UK residents aged 18 or over only.
The winners can choose to deliver the prize anywhere within the UK.
No persons under 18 years of age may receive the winning prize as it contains alcohol.
Prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
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363 comments:

  1. The village I grew up in - Fimber.

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  2. A little village called Pickering! I did my teaching practice in their village school and thought the villages was so quaint!

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  3. Ooh my favourite place in Yorkshire? We have so many! We love the train station pictured in Goathland I struggled up and down the hill when I was hugely pregnant with the twins lol but I love Hawes for the Wendsleydale creamery :-) x

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  4. My favourite place is the village where I live, Conisbrough. It's not the best place but it's my favourite because it is home =)

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  5. I've never unfortunately visited :-(

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  6. I don't know, never been but my sister-in-law's just moved there so I'm sure we'll be visiting soon.

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  7. I've never visited Yorkshire, but after seeing how beautiful the Dales looked during this year's Tour, I'd love to go there - particularly the Col de Buttertubs!

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  8. Settle - stayed in a lovely BandB last time

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  9. I've never been to Yorkshire but would love to one day

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  10. I have only visited York and it was lovely. I'd like to see more!

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  11. I've enjoyed many happy holidays in Yorkshire .... Plan to retire there one day if they'll have me! One favourite spot is the Aysgarth Falls.

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  12. Glenn Marvell-James30 July 2014 at 11:06

    The Bull at Broughton

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  13. Headingley. I love cricket and was born nearby.

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  14. I have never been but would love to. My parents often Holiday in Yorkshire and it looks amazing.

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  15. I've only ever been to Skipton, but love it.

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  16. Paul Humphriss30 July 2014 at 13:58

    Scarborough. Many a happy holiday as a child!

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  17. Haworth; home of the Brontës and setting for The Railway Children

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  18. I live in Yorkshire and had no iea about these lovely products.

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  19. I love Whitby

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  20. scarbourgh
    from samantha price

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  21. Harrogate - I moved away 6 years ago and am still horribly homesick.

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  22. I've never been to Yorkshire but I'd love to walk on the moors because the photographs look gorgeous.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  23. I've never visited Yorkshire :( ( Melanie M )

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  24. Never been, but would love to walk on the moors

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  25. I'd love to win - been to York many times

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  26. Would love to hike the Yorkshire Dales, maybe I will one day soon

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  27. Goathland, North Yorkshire where the series Heartbeat was set

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  28. I've visited York several times as a tourist and it is so beautiful.

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  29. scarborough went there on holiday as a child so many happy memories

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  30. I have never been but hopefully will do

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  31. I've never been!

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  32. I have never been, but I bet it's a pretty place.

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  33. I love Knarebrough

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  34. I stayed in Aysgarth and loved it.

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  35. Gavin O'Shaughnessy30 July 2014 at 20:24

    Never been but plan to very soon :)

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  36. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway

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  37. Sheffield, as that's where my husband comes from

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  38. Love Whitby especially the fish and chips yum !!!

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  39. Whitby. A wonderful place to visit.

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  40. Lynsey Buchanan30 July 2014 at 21:02

    Skipton

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  41. i love York its such a interesting city

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  42. Ive only ever been to Whitby, that was pretty impressive though!

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  43. i love all of yorkshire ; especially walking the moors

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  44. I love going up into North Yorkshire, from foothills of the dales around Skipton up into Wensleydale. But I guess my favourite place is home.

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  45. YORK . great place

    Kathy d

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  46. I've never been but woud love to visit the Yorkshire dales and York City

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  47. I have only ever been to scarborough so can't compare.

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  48. Reeth (walking in the Yorkshire Dales)

    Kym

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  49. Skipton a lovely market town

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  50. Gotta be york as i don't live to far so visit often and it's lovely by the river

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  51. Too many to choose from! But the coastal villages of Staithes, Whitby and Runswick Bay take some beating.

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  52. York, love it. And the wild moors

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  53. Sheffield, my son has been at Uni there

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  54. Harrogate - it's such a pretty town

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  55. Love Haworth - my son got married in the church there

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  56. York is a wonderful city but the moors are also enticing x

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  57. ive never been but its def a place I would love to visit :)

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  58. flamingo land!! had a fab holiday there :)

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  59. The Yorkshire Dales for hiking.

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  60. RAW Near Whitby were i come from

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  61. York is my favourite place as there is so many things to do, yet it is still pretty.

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  62. Where is your favourite place in Yorkshire?
    easy question.......YORK

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  63. Lucia Jefferson31 July 2014 at 10:24

    York :)

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  64. Scarborough xxx

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  65. I have never been to Yorkshire personally, but my parents honeymooned in Scarborough and said it was lovely.

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  66. Paula Readings31 July 2014 at 12:06

    The Dales.

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  67. My boyfriend is from near Sheffield and i've been exploring the area with him, very special!

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  68. Sutton Bank is my favourite so peaceful watching the gliders take of and land

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  69. laura jayne bates31 July 2014 at 12:40

    light water valley

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  70. All Creatures Great and Small museum - Thirsk

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  71. Robin Hood's Bay, or any place up on the North Yorkshire coast really. Then Brimham Rocks.

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  72. Whitby so classic, traditional and beautiful

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  73. Holmfirth,where my friend Spock comes from and where they filmed Last Of The Summer Wine.

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  74. Leeds. I was born there but moved to Scotland when I was three. I used to love going back there to visit my grandparents when I was younger.

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  75. I've only ever been briefly to Leeds & Appletreewick. They both seemed nice.

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  76. Scarborough hehe :3

    - Abigail Daniel

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  77. I am Yorkshire born & bred & it's Yorkshire Day tomorrow - home rule for Yorkshire. There are so many places that I love - but would probably pick York if I had to make a choice.

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  78. York is lovely, especially the Minster.

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  79. Scarborough is a place i really like in Yorkshire
    dcavender@fsmail.net

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  80. York is lovely

    Ben Knibbs

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  81. Ooh that is hard, but my best memories are Ingleton Waterfalls, such a stunning walk and so many waterfalls in one place.

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  82. York - I love that there's so much to do there!

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  83. Catterick garrison

    Kay panayi

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  84. York is beautiful!
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    Claire
    xx
    http://pennyforthemuk.com

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  85. Halifax! My Grandma (R.I.P.) was originally from there, I first visited there a few years ago, I love the countryside and the hills that keep you fit! We've taken our son to Eureka a couple of times too!

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  86. Scarborough (Happy Yorkshire Day btw!)

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  87. I really like Haworth :)

    Jane

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  88. Sophie's choice! I love Bridlington, where I'm lucky enough to live. But what to choose as my fave place? I think I would have to say our Capital City, York. There is just sooooo much to see and do, and the history is fascinating. But can I add that Flamborough, Scarborough, Filey and Bempton take some beating too. Come to Yorkshire peeps - you'll love it, XXX

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  89. Sheffield. The city with 7 hills.

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  90. Shipley Glen - sadly the old fun-fair has gone now

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  91. Goathland - home of Heartbeat :)

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  92. The Shambles - York!
    @tweetingcharlee x

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  93. Filey in East yorkshire is beautiful-however the town where we live-sowerby bridge-in west yorkshire-is also lovely and quaint-and also where the programme-Happy valley was filmed :) x

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  94. Bettys tea rooms in Harrogate

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  95. Fountains Abbey in Ripon, absolutely beautiful x

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  96. Scarborough , where i live :) i love the seaside

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  97. Brimham Rocks, it's beautiful and great fun to take the kids and just climb on the rocks xx

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  98. York is lovely.

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  99. I've never been to Yorkshire but would love to go one day

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  100. We stayed at a B&B in Pickering and the views were out of this world

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  101. Leeds - it's where I met my husband :)

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  102. renee armstrong4 August 2014 at 16:15

    The lovely Whitby x

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  103. Betty's Tea Rooms in York! Never been to Harrogate or I might like them more ;-)

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  104. I love shopping and eating out in York!

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  105. I love Yorkshire but I think Howarth may be my favourite.

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  106. I haven't been to Yorkshire yet but I'd like to visit Dales National Park.

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  107. Leeds for the shopping and nightlife!

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  108. York is the only place I have visited but it's a lovely city
    helenjsoutham@hotmail.co.uk

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  109. I have never been to yorkshire, yet

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  110. I've never been unfortunately :(

    EJ Dunn

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  111. Ribblehead Viaduct - a good pub close by as well!!
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  112. So many places to choose from, but I would say Whitby! Because of the wonderful fish and chips! lol

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  113. Whitby!!! So pretty! @Amezeylady

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  114. Love Holmfirth with a passion

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  115. Has to be Pickering I love the village and visiting Eden Camp

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  116. Pamela says - The Dales for beautiful countryside and York for a glorious city.

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  117. York is a lovely place to visit

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  118. The Forbidden garden is a fabulous place to visit.

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  119. i have not been yet, but my friend lives in ripon and want to visit soon x

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  120. I've never visited, but google images suggests it's LOVELY! :) faye xx

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  121. York - what a wonderful town

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  122. Your - I love the Cathedral and old streets.

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  123. Sorry that should have been York, of course.

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  124. I have never been, but I bet it's got some really beautiful parts.

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  125. i love whitby,went there on ours hols as kids x

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  126. I've only been to York but it was very nice!

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  127. Apart from Leeds (where I live), it would have to be York.

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  128. Barnsley because its my home town :)

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