WIN AN Amazon Echo Dot
This week our lucky winner will win an Echo Dot.
You've probably heard about Alexa - now's your chance to experience it at home. Ask Alexa about the traffic before you leave for work, or what the latest news is. Ask Alexa for a recipe or weather forecast. The Echo Dot will even play music, and works really well when connected to an external speaker.
With the addition of suitable plugs or bulbs you can even start to ask Alexa to switch on your lights and appliances, or even control your heating.
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- Treetop Trek
- Trout Hotel
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Thank you for my lovely Jennings hamper. What a lovely way to start off a new year!
I am thrilled to have won the prize from the soap company, it came beautifully wrapped and the products look top notch, thank you Jennings for running the comp, cheers.
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This Week’s Runner Up Prize
Jennings Cumberland Cream T Shirt
PLUS all qualifying entrants will be entered into a prize draw to win “Beer for a Year” Terms & Conditions apply.
William Wordsworth the romantic poet was born here in Cockermouth in 1770 at Wordsworth House, which is now open to the public and is owned by the National Trust. For a short period he attended School in Cockermouth, and then latter went to school in Hawkshead. While living in and around the Lake District he was taught a love of the countryside.
Wordsworth’s father, who was frequently away on business, encouraged him to read works by Shakespeare and Milton. Later Wordsworth studied in Cambridge where in 1787 he made his debut as a writer with the publication of a sonnet in ‘The European Magazine’.
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