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Monday, 19 December 2011

WIN! Coronation Street jigsaws

We have two Coronation Street weddings jigsaws to give away in a very special competition here on the Coronation Street Blog.

Overseas fans are welcome to enter this competition as we can afford the postage to send these abroad.

To be in with a chance to win one of these 1,000 piece fab weddings jigsaw, you have to do TWO things.

Number one: Answer the following question correctly and email your answer to me at glenda.young@btinternet.com

Q: What year did Ken and Deirdre marry for the first time?

Number two: PLEASE leave a comment on this blog post with your suggestion for a theme for the 2012 Coronation Street official jigsaw.  And please enter the poll on that blog post too, if you have time.

How will I know if you've left a comment?  Please leave your initials and home town with your comment so I can check against your competition entry. For instance, if you're Elsie Tanner of Weatherfield, leave your comment on that blog post signed "ET of Weatherfield" and make sure you let me know in your competition entry where you live so I can match comments to entries.  Any questions, let me know below.  Entries without matching comments can't be accepted, sorry.

Two winners will be drawn at random from all correct entries received.  Deadline for entries is Monday 2nd January 2012 at 12 noon.

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6 comments:

Sheila said...

2012 Theme should be all about the new additions to the street..all the new youngsters.
SS of Farmington Hills

Anonymous said...

2012 Theme should be all Liz McDonalds looks

NO - Brooklin, Ontario

Rhonda said...

For 2012, I'd like to see something like growing up and growing old on the cobbles, showing long-time characters from early days and now, along with returning characters and kids who've grown up.

RG of Montgomery, Alabama US

Debra from Hull said...

I would love a jigsaw featuring Christmas through the years,

Cheryl said...

I would love a Corrie puzzle! Don't have any puzzles just the anniversary books.

The idea of a double-sided puzzle sounds great. Have Corrie past on the back and Corrie present (2012 or whatever year) on the back!

CJ from Medford, OR

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a jigsaw with all the characters in their various home kitchens drinking tea / having breakfast over the years. Always love checking out the interiors of their homes.

CW - Edmonton AB Canada

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