Win Tickets to Innocent Inspires and a Month’s Worth of Smoothies!

Innocent inspires tickets

I was really disappointed that I won’t be able to make it to the next Innocent Inspires event but equally excited that I have been given a pair of tickets to giveaway along with a month’s supply of smoothies.

I love Innocent smoothies although I rarely get to have them as my children alway gobble them up before I get a look in. I also love that Innocent are a great example of an ethical business and a really fun company at the same time.

The Innocent Inspires events are a series of tailor made evenings by Innocent. The next event is about ethics. It features ‘how to lead a stylish and sustainable life with model Laura Bailey’, a talk by ethical eating trailblazer Arthur Potts Dawson on his sustainable food and how we can help people every time we shop, and eco fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate on doing business in an ethical way and the future of ethical fashion. There will also be the chance to find out how to use your skills to do some good with the Good for Nothingcrew and the chance to get your hands dirty transforming an urban area in to a wildflower wonderland with the Guerrilla Gardeners.

The event takes place on 19th June in the Innocent Yurt at Paradise Park, London starting at 7pm and will aslo include a delicous picnic. Before you leave, you can help them to disappear without a trace by taking back some of what’s inside to your own garden. You can read more about Innocent and their Innocent Inspires events here.

So for the chance to win pair of tickets and a month’s supply of smoothies, just enter using the rafflecopter below

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Goodluck!

With warmest wishes

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16 thoughts on “Win Tickets to Innocent Inspires and a Month’s Worth of Smoothies!

  1. I’m really interested in ethics and always buy fairtrade. Would love to win this.

  2. Wish every Company would take notice of the Ethical companies and find out how/when/why their clothing is produced.

  3. Ever since I read “To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing out the World” by Lucy Siegle, I’ve become more conscious of my choices. I think everyone needs this epiphany moment when we realise the impact we can have on our world. I’m very glad an event like this, which starts the dialogue on ethical and inspirational topics, is happening so close to home .. I’d love to be a part of it!

  4. I love the Innocent brand and could do with a few more goodness going into my belly 🙂