It’s competition time on Eating Covent Garden and today I’ve got something stylishly unique for you. It’s from The Radical Tea Towel Company, which was founded by the Pearce family in South Wales. Their idea was to give people the chance to proudly display their political and social beliefs through everyday items. Like with these lovely coasters.
The set is based on posters designed in the early 1900s supporting women’s rights through the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies and Votes for Women. A perfect piece of history for your home. The coasters come in a smart presentation box, are heat resistant to 145C, scratch and stain resistant and made with a hardboard base and durable cork backing.
One Suffrage coaster collection, set of 6 with a total value of £18
How to enter
Answer the following question in the comment section on the Eating Covent Garden blog. What year did women get the vote in the UK?
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Terms and conditions
Most importantly, you will only be entered into the competition if you complete all three of the steps above.
Competition only for residents of the UK.
Closing date for entry is Sunday 21 July 2019 at midnight.
The winners will be chosen at random after the closing date.
The winners will be notified by email.
No cash alternatives to the prize will be offered.
The prize is not transferable.
Above all the editor’s decision is final.