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It's Random Act of Kindness Day. Who deserves a little something from us? Tag your loved ones, friends, co-workers, neighbours, or just someone random and we’ll pick 5 winners.
They’ll get the finest selection of Friels products sent straight to them! Competition closes tonight - be quick! ⌛
Over 18s only (we’ll check). Competition is open to UK residents only and closes Wednesday 17th at 11.59pm. The winner will be selected within 5 days of the closing date. Good luck! ... See MoreSee Less
Delicious prize I would love to nominate my keyworker husband Alun Williams as he is working really hard picking and packing groceries ready for home deliveries for the customers that need it the most he has been going into work for 4am every morning since the pandemic began I am so proud of him I think he deserves a lovely tasty treat ♥️🤞🙂
I think that my lovely daughter Holly Foskett would love some cider xx
Would be perfect for Holly and her housemates when they return to university in a couple of weeks xx
I would like to nominate my lovely friend Zoe Faben Spilsbury Who has been working incredibly hard for The East Midlands Ambulance Service and has been helping lots of people in this past year, all while being an amazing mum and lovely friend, she definitely deserves a special treat 🙂 #RandomActsOfKindnessDay
My boyfriend Stephen Taylor he drives my mum to the hospital all the time , at one stage every week so that she can get her cancer treatments 💖 this means he’s had to quarantine with me and he deserves the world just for putting up with me
My heart is feeling quite warm seeing all of these adverts for random acts of kindness, it’s one of the kindest things you can do , I’ve helped and treated people in the past and it seems to have a loading effect on them , no one ever knows how someone is feeling inside so the biggest thing you can do is be kind ❤️. I would like to nominate my husband Mike James , he does absolutely everything for us, he even worked seven days a week through the first lockdown because you can’t turn overtime down xx
Thank you so much Friels Cider for my prize me and the wife are enjoy so much and thank again
#Friels cider sounds so refreshing and nice,
I can just imagine it poured over crushed ice,
Sharing with family and sitting in the sun,
Remembering past summers when holidays were fun!
But soon this pandemic will come to an end,
And Il share my #Friels cider with all of my friends!! 🙏 🥂 🍾 💕
I’d love to nominate my 86 year old Dad Brian Hunt. Despite suffering from skin cancer he still continues to do the shopping for the housebound residents on his old age complex. He finds joy in helping others and he really is the kindest man ever 💙 #RandomActsOfKindnessDay. Tagging his granddaughter Rebecca Elsey
I nominate Jess Cozens who is amazing, she puts others first and has been so supportive to me this year, which has been a difficult year. She is training to be a maths teacher during this difficult time. She is amazing. ❤
I will nominate myself I’m afraid as I’m the only one in my circle who drinks cider. I took work for the NHS as a paramedic and would love to crack open a can or two on my weekend off please.,
I would love to nominate my daughter Emma Lou a hard working key worker who has worked all through lockdown, but now has to isolate herself. She deserves a lovely treat. 😍
Liana Hyde needs some of this in her life for putting up with me working from home, homeschool x2 and working! And it is almost back garden BBQ season👍 so some lovely cider 💕 would be very much appreciated 🤞😷
Would love to nominate my mum Maureen Walters who has been my rock since my husband passed away suddenly during the first lockdown and has been there for my 8yr old son and I since!
I tag my husband as he works in a primary school and he has been making sure that his school is safe, secure and deep cleaned to enable key workers, vulnerable children and staff to come to school safe. He is appreciating the half term! ♥ Kristian Cooksey
I'd love to nominate my fiancé Callum John Lawrence Newton - he has been a teacher for 9 years, and this last year he has worked so hard to ensure that his students still get the best education ❤
My daughter Karry Thomson would love this and during my illness she always made me giggle 🤭
I'd like to nominate my daughter jasmine as she's been helping me look after her dad who is blind and her brother who is visually impaired in lockdown
I'd love to nominate my partner who has worked really hard through all the lockdowns! I can't tag him as he isn't on Facebook, but he'd love this! 😍💖
I would like to nominate myself as nobody ever nominates me so I can have a nice treat instead of always giving to others it would actually be nice to receive for a change
My lovely dad who has been shielding on and off since last March, without moaning or grumbling. Miss him very much!
I would like to nominate my mother in law Maureen Hadfield , although she is old enough to retire she has carried on working as a hospital cleaner at our local nhs Hospital, going in doing early morning shifts to make sure the frontline staff can work in a clean environment
I am nominating my daughter Fliss Kempson who has been working tirelessly as a frontline worker in ITU at Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital x
My beautiful bestie Louise Cadd. Shes always got a smile on her face even though she’s having a tough time of it. She so deserves this xx
Nominating Diane Radford for being an awesome homeschool teacher
I nominate my husband. He is being so supportive through difficuilt times.