WINNER ANNOUNCED: Win A Luxury Hamper From The Cheese Hut
Huge congratulations to our winner, Emily Ford!
We've got a lovely opportunity for you to win a luxury hamper full of cheeses, charcuterie and chutneys...
The Cheese Hut was born in 2017, the offspring of the local cheese wholesaler The Cheese Man who has been supplying restaurant, farm shops and delis for over 25 years. Originally intended to showcase all the local Sussex cheese and a range of British cheeses, you can now find over 150 different variations of cheeses in their shop at any one time!
During the COVID-19 lockdowns, the shop was heavily supported by the local Hove community, and now they're finding customers traveling from further afield to see the range of products, including local and continental charcuterie, local beer, wine and cider, chutney’s and crackers, as well as vegan cheese alternatives. They can also supply cheese towers for weddings and special occasions!
Based at Hove Lagoon, The Cheese Hut is open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm, as well as an online shop for deliveries across the UK.
We've now got a great opportunity for you to win a lovely hamper, consisting of a range of cheeses, charcuterie and chutneys! To be in with a chance to win, all you need to do is comment below, telling us what your favourite cheese is and why! As ever, we'll pick a winner and post them right here.
The competition closes on Sunday July 10 - best of luck!
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