Polgoon, a Cornish vineyard and orchard, has launched a consumer competition to name a new red berry cider which will raise money for the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust (CAAT).
The owners of Penzance-based Polgoon, John and Kim Coulson, have “set up a competition with our friends at the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust (CAAT) and we want you to help us!”
Five pence from the sale of every red berry cider bottle will be donated to CAAT, “to help towards keeping this essential life-saving service running,” says Coulson
This year, CAAT celebrates a quarter century of saving lives with their quick emergency response using their distinctive red and yellow helicopter.
Coulson says “get your thinking caps on and let us know” what the new Polgoon cider ought to be called. A reference to the Air Ambulance, their helicopter or something memorable to do with the colour of the cider?
Send entry before 15th July and a name will be chosen from the entries received.
*First Prize for over 18 years is a 24 x 330ml bottles of Polgoon cider. Under 18 years the prize is 24x250ml of Polgoon Apple and Raspberry Juice.
Polgoon’s decision will be final, there are no cash equivalent: winners will be notified by email/post or phone.