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Thoughts from September 2011

Hat of the week - smurfs

This week's hat of the week winner sees a knitter from last year's big knit return in style to be our first knitter to win two years running. Anne Broderick, from Cork, who knit these hats last year, surprised us again with a cute pair of smurfs. Thanks again to Anne, there's an innocent smoothies hamper on it's way to you as well claiming another spot on the knitting wall of fame.

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Want claim your spot on the big knit wall of fame? Get your hats in early to be in with a chance.

We've loads of resources and nice facebook apps to you help you along with getting involved in the big knit. Check out some of the links below to find out more.

For patterns and helpful information on the big knit, take a look here.

Can't knit but want to help, this might just suit you.

Want to set up your own knitting event? Here's everything you need right here.

Brave enough to take the Big Comknitment? Sign up here.

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Winners announced - Win tickets to the Lion King 3D Premiere

Competition update.

Congratulations to everyone in the list below who has won a family pass to the Dublin premiere of Disney's The Lion King 3D in the Savoy Cinema. Check your email inbox for details on how to claim your tickets.

Garrett McCord
Sandra Gough
Susie Connolly
Laura F
Donnacha Redmond
Shelly Brennan
N'O B
Emmett Eiffe
Sue Carroll
Emily Diamond
Emma Carty
Emer Aine Landers
Daniel Bhattacharya
Shauna O Hara
Lorraine Brennan
Linda (MouseHSE)
Helen Costello
Steve B
Nuala Brennan
Vicky Kyne

Competition closed.

To celebrate the launch of Disney's The Lion King 3D on October 7th, we have 17 family passes to give away to the premiere screening in the Savoy Cinema, O'Connell Street, Dublin on Sunday October 2nd at 11am. As it is a breakfast screening, we'll have tasty new innocent orange juice to keep everyone refreshed. To be in with a chance of winning a family pass (2 adults, 2 kids) just answer the following question in the comments below. What's the name of the main character in the film?

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Brighten up your street

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Would you like to start your morning by winning some delicious innocent orange juice delivered to your door? No problem, but we can do better than that. Would you like to win some free orange juice for your next door neighbours too? Yup, we can do that, but that's easy. Would you like win some innocent orange juice for everybody on your whole street? That's more like it.

To celebrate the launch of our brand new innocent orange juice, we're giving up to 10 people the chance to brighten up their street by winning a free delivery of innocent orange for all of their neighbours. Just like the milkman used to do, we'll be putting a fresh carafe of innocent orange juice onto the door step of your house and all your neighbours houses.

To be in with a chance of surprising your neighbours and brightening up your street with a delivery of innocent orange juice, just go to our brighten up your street facebook app, find your street, tell us why you think your street should be brightened up and then fill in a few small details. We'll be picking winners in a few weeks, but feel free to big up your street on our facebook wall in the meantime.

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Hat of the week - 3 blind mice

Firstly, here's the rhyme:

Three blind mice, three blind mice,
See how they run, see how they run,
They all ran after the farmer's wife,
Who cut off their tails with a carving knife,
Did you ever see such a thing in your life,
As three blind mice?

Secondly, here are the hats, wonderfully knitted by Mary Quinn in Galway. The farmer's wife even has a knife. eeek. Thanks again to Mary Quinn, there's an innocent smoothies hamper on its way to you.

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Want claim your spot on the big knit wall of fame? Get your hats in early to be in with a chance.

We've loads of resources and nice facebook apps to you help you along with getting involved in the big knit. Check out some of the links below to find out more.

For patterns and helpful information on the big knit, take a look here.

Can't knit but want to help, this might just suit you.

Want to set up your own knitting event? Here's everything you need right here.

Brave enough to take the Big Comknitment? Sign up here.

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Winner announced - Win a trip to London and the innocent AGM (A Grown-up Meeting)

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Competition update: Congratulations to Ronan O'Leary who'll be joining us in Fruit Towers London next weekend at the innocent AGM (a grown up meeting). Stay tuned to our blog to see how Ronan and his guest of choice get along over in Fruit Towers London.

We've always liked to know what you think of the stuff we make. Your phone calls, letters, emails and visits into Fruit Towers Dublin make sure we know what you think we should do next and what we could do better. Every year we hold our very own AGM (A Grown-up Meeting), where 150 of you come to the innocent HQ in Fruit Towers London, ask some questions, learn a bit more about our business, make and taste some new stuff, and eat cake. And we’re rather excited about this year’s AGM on Saturday 8th of October.

Last year we brought lucky blog reader Mark Moran and his friend over to Fruit Towers London to report back for everyone else, and we'll be sending somebody else this year. Read on to find out more.

It’s our fourth AGM, but the first at the brand spanking new HQ office in Ladbroke Grove, London. It’s a proper tower the new office, right next to a canal with real life ducks floating about, and special taps that dispense boiling water. It's great.

We’re running a competition to fly one of you, our loyal drinkers-of-smoothies-and-readers-of-blog, and a friend, to London, with hotel accommodation nearby Fruit Towers London included, to attend our AGM on October 8th.

To win the free trip to London, just post the question you’d like to ask Adam, Jon and Rich the founders of innocent in the comments section below, and through a very scientific process possibly involving arm wrestling, we’ll pick a winner from the most interesting questions. The lucky winner could get to ask their question to them in person.

So comment away, question away, make us smile or gasp or scratch our heads - it’s over to you...

Competition closed.

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