Box of Waitrose delights

3rd September 2004 at 01:00
The winner of this week's Waitrose hamper full of Duchy Originals organic goodies is Alan Taylor, deputy head of Prince of Wales primary, Enfield.

He's sent us a poem singing the praises of his senior management team, "two classy lassies" and "a cheeky sort of chap", with almost 50 years' combined service at the school. Lack of space prevents us printing it, but cheers Alan, the hamper's on its way.

The box of goodies contains a lemon drink, home-made jams and lemon curd, mouth-watering chocolates and crunchy biscuits. It usually costs pound;46 and is available exclusively from Waitrose Direct Gifts, at www.waitrose.

com, which delivers to any mainland UK address. For a chance to win one, just tell us why you and your colleagues deserve it. Send your message, marked Waitrose offer, by email or postcard to the address on the right.

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