Diamond Jubilee Competition - win x 2 journals!

You might remember that a few weeks ago we launched our Limited Edition Diamond Jubilee Leather Journal. We were so encouraged by the response they've received that we decided to send one to the Queen! Can you imagine our surprise, when a few weeks later we received this response from Buckingham Palace in which they stated how delighted they were with our gift, support and loyalty and to top it all off, it was personally signed by Her Majesty’s lady-in-waiting, Philippa De Pass. Click the images below to enlarge them:

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Now, how would you like to be the owner of one of these exclusive journals? Remember, they are strictly limited to 60 in each colour (numbers are getting low) and we have one red and one yellow journal to give away. Each is embossed with the official Diamond Jubilee Emblem in the centre whilst the bottom right hand corner is personalised with up to 3 initials of your choice.

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To be in with a chance, simply answer the following question in the comments box below: “what makes you proud to be British?

The winner will be selected randomly and entry closes at Friday June 1st at midday. Please note that this competition is only open to residents of the United Kingdom.

Bonus entries: To gain up to two bonus entries, simply tweet the link to this page or share it on Facebook using the buttons below. Good luck!

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  • Alan Smith
    Written by Alan Smith on June 1, 2012

    I am extremely proud of my nationality because being British I know that, irrespective of their own country's size, power or wealth, most other people of the world respect, admire and envy us for so many reasons. Whilst many may try hard to emulate us, they can never have the precious jewel which is the privilege of being born in these isles.

  • Christopher
    Written by Christopher on June 1, 2012

    When I travel abroad and say I'm from Britain the people i have met only have good things to say, also when I do my voluntary work in Kenya the schools love anything british which warms my heart.

  • Connor Heffy
    Written by Connor Heffy on May 31, 2012

    I think that the Culture and history of britain is what makes me proud to be British. I think that the way we get on with it when times are tough is what separates us from the rest of the world and makes us great. I for one am proud to be able to celebrate her majesty's diamond jubilee with the rest of the country...RULE BRITANIA!!!!

  • Jane
    Written by Jane on May 31, 2012

    Our high-spirits and enthusiasm to all come together and celebrate events like this (come rain or shine!)

  • Dorrie
    Written by Dorrie on May 31, 2012

    Proud to be British? I SHOULD SAY SO.Just look at the good things thst go on!.As for the queen GOD BLESS HER.

  • John Smith
    Written by John Smith on May 31, 2012

    Kelly Brook!

  • Michelle
    Written by Michelle on May 31, 2012

    Hanging out union jack bunting in the pouring down rain! X

  • Tony
    Written by Tony on May 30, 2012

    “what makes you proud to be British?”
    Well to be anything else would simply not be "cricket"

  • Mark
    Written by Mark on May 30, 2012

    What makes me proud to be British? The British.

  • Kate
    Written by Kate on May 30, 2012

    A collage of history and the aspirations engendered by it, cultures and ideals.

  • Gill Guy
    Written by Gill Guy on May 30, 2012

    The pomp and circumstance of a Royal occasion.

  • Carol Eyden
    Written by Carol Eyden on May 30, 2012

    Because we do everything that everyone else does but we do it better!

  • Michaela
    Written by Michaela on May 30, 2012

    Our diversity and civil justice.

  • Samantha Smith

    What makes me proud to be British?

    Through history we've nurtured some of the greatest playwrights, poets, writers, artists, doctors, engineers (the list is endless) in the world.
    We're eclectic, multicultural and understanding; our favourite dish is curry! How wonderful is that? And our favourite drink tea!
    We're traditional and yet open to change; and drawing on the theme of monarchy, the wonderful Queen Elizabeth II has altered the line of succession to include women and still maintained the pageantry that makes our country unique. Tip Top.
    We have some of the wildest and yet,diverse and breathtaking scenery in the world. In every corner we have undiscovered sites dripping in culture and beauty.

    Us Britons are like wood pigeons;we bumble about, we moan, we fight, we chatter and we can be hugely annoying. We're not as fancy as a hawk, nor as forthright and steely as an eagle, or even as beautiful as a peacock. But, if we left the skies, you'd miss us.

    Now, time to put the kettle on.

  • Rose Wall
    Written by Rose Wall on May 30, 2012

    What makes me proud to be British - everything that being British stands for! Our Monarchy, the work we do supporting those less fortunate than ourselves, and the fact that so many countries look to us as an example of what they should strive to be.

  • Yvonne Roberts
    Written by Yvonne Roberts on May 30, 2012

    Our Heritage and History which will shape our futures makes me proud to be British

  • Elaine Hirst
    Written by Elaine Hirst on May 30, 2012

    “what makes you proud to be British?”

    A: I think Britain must have the longest reigning monarch in history with Queen Elizabeth marking her 60th year on the throne.
    I find this fact quite astounding and it is something that certainly makes me proud to be British. Elizabeth is the quintessential ambassador and no one with true British blood can fail to be emotionally touched by the pomp and ceremony of such a red, white and Royal blue celebration in our countries historically-rich tapestry.

  • Rachel Florey
    Written by Rachel Florey on May 30, 2012

    When the whole country gets together to celebrate events like the Diamon Jubilee and Olympics.