20th anniversary reader survey
This is an incredibly exciting time for Positive News. Not only have we now been publishing for 20 years, but an increasing groundswell of people – both the public and those working in the media – are getting switched on to the importance of positive and solution-focused news.
To help us understand our readership and decide how best to develop and expand, we recently ran a reader survey, which has now closed. We’re in the process of anyalsing the results and will let you know if there are any trends or ideas which will change what we do.
Plus the first 100 people who entered online have each received a free bar of Divine chocolate! Lucky people…
|Vintage Roots are an award winning specialist wine merchant. Launched in 1986 by three friends who wanted promoted something they believed in, Vintage Roots are serious about organic produce. In 2008 they won Best Specialist Independent Wine Merchant and every item on their list is 100% organic and blind tested for quality. Yum! Vintage Roots are offering a mixed case of organic and biodynamic wine as a prize.
|People Tree are the pioneers of fair trade and sustainable fashion. We love People Tree because they’re in business for all the right reasons. They have a totally ethical five-part mission to create great ethical clothing whilst supporting workers, protecting the environment and improving the world at the same time. Superb.
People Tree are offering a men’s and women’s outfit, worth £150 each, as prizes.
|Some people love dogs. Others love cats. Higgidy love pies! In fact, they’ve practically made an art form of baking using delicious, British, Freedom Food certified meat and free range eggs to bring you the perfect pie. Higgidy have now made over one-and-a-half-million pies and celebrate their tenth birthday this year. Hooray! Higgidy are offering a Higgidy goodie bag filled with an apron and £50 of vouchers for their heartwarming pies, quiches and slices as a prize.
|Founded in 1975, Suma are specialist wholesalers of vegetarian, organic and fair trade foods. Started by Reg Tayler as a wholesaling co-operative, Suma has grown and grown from humble beginnings in a back kitchen of a house in Leeds, to a 70,000 square foot warehouse employing 150 owner members. A classic case study in co-operation.
Suma are offering a Suma fair trade hamper as a prize.
Winners will be drawn at random from the people that have entered the survey. See competition terms and conditions.