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Rainbow lights winner

*COMP WINNER*

It’s Pride season and everything’s coming up rainbows. We’ve been rather taken by these multi-coloured lights from Cable & Cotton.

Our comp is now closed and the first out the hat to win the lights is Jane Chantry. Well done Jane.

 

You may have seen the Brighton-based company when they had a shop in the Lanes. Now their strings of lights are available online in a variety of colours from white through earthy shades or pastels to hot pink, and in 20, 35 and 50 LED lengths. You can even personalise your own sets by mixing colours (great for themed weddings and parties or to match a certain room).

The strings of cotton-covered globes are handmade in Thailand and the work supports a whole community of women through a government-backed sustainable business model.

*COMP CLOSED*

The extra good news is we’ve a set of the rainbow lights to give away to one lucky Muddy reader.

The Prize

A 50 LED rainbow set of Cable and Cotton lights worth £50.

How to enter

Simply like my Facebook page if you haven’t already, then, in the comments under the pinned post about the prize draw add one of the names of the new colour sets from Cotton & Cable (there are six names found at the bottom of this page, pick any of these).

The closing date is midnight Wed 25 July. Not on Facebook? Simply email debbie@muddystilettos.co.uk with RAINBOW in the subject line to enter.

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The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.

The draw is not operated by or endorsed by Facebook.

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