Stacie Pardoe
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Kent Crisps are now available on P&O Ferries sailing from Dover and Hull, and to celebrate, we are giving away a crossing for a caravan with up to five passengers, plus a selection of the delicious premium snack.

Kent Crisps are now available on P&O Ferries sailing from Dover and Hull, and to celebrate, we are giving away a crossing for a caravan with up to five passengers, plus a selection of the delicious premium snack.

 

The lucky winner will have the choice of three destinations; Rotterdam, Holland and Zeebrugge, Belgium from Hull; and Calais in France from Dover.

 

Produced on the Quex Park Estate by Quex Foods, the distinctive, artisan, hand-cooked crisps are made using potatoes grown on the East Kent coast.

 

The full range of inspiring flavours reflects the tastes and landscapes of the Garden of England, and includes Roast Beef and Spitfire Ale; Oyster and Vinegar; Sea Salt and Biddenden Cider Vinegar; Sea Salt; and Great Taste Awards winner Ashmore Cheese and Onion.

 

Back ashore, Kent Crisps are available at selected supermarkets and many independent stores, cafes and farm shops. Sales help to maintain Quex Park, one of Kent’s historic estates, and the charitable educational trust The Powell-Cotton Museum. 

 

For your chance to win the P&O crossing, plus selection of snacks, enter here before midnight on 7 October 2013.

 

T&C’s apply; the crossing is for a return within a two-week passage and must be taken from Dover or Hull by 31st December 2014.

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