IRWIN’S Bakery and Tesco are inviting P1-P7 pupils from Banbridge, Lurgan, Portadown and Craigavon to sharpen their colouring pencils, get creative with crayons and enter a colouring competition to win a VIP tour of the Portadown based family bakery for their whole class.
Colette Wilson, Marketing Manager Irwin’s Bakery commented, “As a family business celebrating 100 years baking in Northern Ireland in 2012, we want to continue to support and interact with local communities and are delighted to partner with Tesco to engage with primary schools in a fun and creative way.
“By offering a tour of the bakery we hope this will encourage children to think about where their daily bread comes from and learn about how it is made - while enjoying a completely new experience!”
For the chance to see how Irwin’s bread is made and discover the secret recipe for the much loved Nutty Krust and the magical Muffin Loaf, parents or teachers can simply collect the entry forms from Monday November 12 at Customer Service Desks in Tesco stores in Banbridge, Portadown, Craigavon and Lurgan and return to the store by 12 noon on Friday November 30 2012. Full terms and conditions are detailed on the entry form.