Festive families in Beverley: WIN Wilkin Chapman’s Bruce the Spruce!

By Wilkin Chapman LLP | Posted: 8 Dec 2017

Enter Wilkin Chapman solicitors great festive competition and let Bruce ‘spruce-up’ your Christmas this year!

The region’s leading law firm has put a social media shout-out to find a family in the Beverley area that most deserves a fantastically-decorated 6ft Christmas tree.

The firm wants families to post festive pictures of themselves – and the one that receives the most ‘likes’ will win – with the household getting the tree, called ‘Bruce the Spruce’, along with decorations, lights and festive prize bags to represent the 12-days of Christmas.

Bruce will be ready for a family to take home after December 10 and will be similar to the tree which Wilkin Chapman has on display in Beverley Minster as part of its Christmas Tree Festival. The firm is one of the Festival’s sponsors.

“We are delighted to be part of the wonderful Festival and we are displaying Bruce the Spruce as part of the event,” explained Partner and Head of Wilkin Chapman’s office in Beverley, Teresa Thomas.

“We then thought it would be a fantastic idea to have a bit of festive fun and invite families in Beverley to join in with a chance to win Bruce,” she added.

HOW TO ENTER:

If you want to win Bruce, then all you need to do is take your very best festive family selfie and share on;

Wilkin Chapman’s Facebook status or on Twitter using the hashtag #BrucetheSpruce.

The winner will be the most ‘liked’ photo across social media and the family will receive the tree, decorations and the range of prizes – which can all be collected from Wilkin Chapman’s Beverley office from December 11 onwards. 

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