Fancy a year's subscription to Country Homes & Interiors, plus a Biscuiteers Coronation tin worth £124?

It's competition time...

Biscuiteers Coronation competition and CH&I subscription
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We’ve partnered with Biscuiteers to offer you the chance to win a limited-edition Biscuiteers Coronation Tin, worth £58, celebrating the upcoming Coronation. The royal-inspired designs include the crown, royal ermine, orb and sceptre, and Westminster Abbey. The collection also features a very special illustrated tin that can be treasured for years to come. 

Plus, you’ll also receive a subscription to Country Homes & Interiors, worth £66, for an entire year. Explore idyllic locations, stunning real homes and beautiful gardens in every issue. Don’t miss out on in-depth articles and features, expert tips and curated advice. Altogether, this incredible prize is worth £124! 

All you have to do is answer a simple question: enter here now!

Country Homes & Interiors

Country Homes & Interiors July 23 cover

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Country Homes & Interiors is the definitive magazine for rural dwellers and dreamers. Packed with beautiful rustic homes, modern country style inspiration, decorating ideas for every season, gorgeous garden features, slow living, and craft, it's the perfect magazine to enjoy as you nibble on a Biscuiteers biscuit! 


Biscuiteers limited edition Coronation tin

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Biscuiteers, the original hand-iced biscuit company, has been selling beautiful, iced biscuits since 2007. Each delicious biscuit is intricately hand-iced by artists (of which there are currently over 100) at the Ministry of Biscuits in Wimbledon. The brand is renowned for its beautifully designed collections and personalised gifts, including this incredible Coronation collection in a keepsake tin.

Good luck to everyone taking part in the competition!

Andrea Childs

Andrea began her journalism career at Ideal Home and is currently Editor of our sister title, Country Homes & Interiors, which celebrates modern country style. Andrea is passionate about colour and how it can transform both our homes and our sense of wellbeing, and has completed The Power of Colour course with the prestigious KLC School of Design. Andrea's career spans interiors magazines, women's lifestyle titles and newspapers. After her first job at Ideal Home, she moved on to women's magazines, Options and Frank. From there it was on to the launch of Red magazine, where she stayed for 10 years and became Assistant Editor. She then shifted into freelancing, and spent 14 years writing for everyone from The Telegraph to The Sunday Times, Livingetc, Stylist and Woman & Home. She was then offered the job as Editor of Country Homes & Interiors, and now combines that role with writing for