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The winner of our Liverpool Echo competition

The winner of our Liverpool Echo competition

June 16, 2017

The Liverpool Echo ran an exciting competition for the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album release and the prize was our very own world famous Being For the Benefit of Mr Kite print.

The popular Liverpool newspaper ran this competition through its Facebook page, where readers could enter by commenting with the phrase 'pick me!' …and the response from their readers was fantastic. One lucky winner was chosen at random to receive a framed print to display in their home.

We're happy to announce that the winner was Sarah Evans, whose entry simply said:
"Pick me! This would look fab in the kitchen!"
Congratulations Sarah – we're pretty sure that you'll love the print.


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