Christmas can be a chaotic time of year so why not take some of the stress out of shopping and enlist the help of your milkman or milkwoman?
Milk and grocery delivery service Milk & More has many Christmas treats and necessities online which can be delivered straight to customers’ doors – with no delivery charge.
Milk & More is introducing a range of Cartwright & Butler products for Christmas, guaranteed to add a sprinkle of luxury to the festive season. From sweet stocking fillers to Christmas puddings, cakes and preserves, as well as cheese, biscuits and foodie presents.
Milk & More can also deliver Cartwright & Butler hampers full of Christmas food and drink, from crumbly biscuits to raspberry lemonade.
The milkmen will deliver orders until Saturday, December 23 and will be back on their milk floats from Wednesday, December 27.
Either fill out the order form on the Milk & More Christmas 2017 leaflet, or visit www.milkandmore.co.uk to order online. Customers can place, check or change orders up to 9pm the night before delivery to guarantee items are on the doorstep in the morning.
Customers should allow seven days for delivery of the hampers.
A few favourites:
- Cartwright & Butler Rhubarb and Custard Hard Boiled Sweets
A perfect stocking filler. 190g, £4.29.
- Cartwright & Butler Butter Fudge (175g) and Cartwright & Butler Original Toffees (150g)
Gooey and mouth-watering. £2.99 each.
- Cartwright & Butler’s Bishopdale Hamper
A hamper packed with goodies including raspberry lemonade, stem ginger biscuits, sour apple hard boiled sweets, raspberry preserve and cranberry crumbles biscuits. All packed in a vintage wooden crate and ready to be shared on the special day. £69.99.
- Cartwright & Butler’s South Dalton Hamper
Named after the East Riding of Yorkshire village, this hamper includes chocolate wafer crispies, butter fudge, butterscotch crunch biscuits, English breakfast marmalade and sour apple hard boiled sweets. £49.99.
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