First tea for two winners

The Sunday Telegraph‘s Mandrake diary yesterday reported the party’s Tea for Two competition for helpers signing in at the Crewe and Nantwich by-election HQ over the next few days.

The party will get in touch with the winners once they’ve all been drawn but we can exclusively reveal the two winners randomly selected so far: Alun Griffiths from Bradford won tea for two in London with Sarah Teather, and local member Ken Veitch from Nantwich won tea with Simon Hughes.

Go and help this week and you could win tea with Chris Huhne, Lord Rennard, Vince Cable or Nick Clegg – and Nick will be back in Crewe on Wednesday.

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3 Comments

  • Alun Griffiths 19th May '08 - 10:17pm

    Woo Hoo!

    Angharad (Daughter who was helping me) will be thrilled

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