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Mother's Day Deliveries - Still Time!

Hi Folks,

Just a brief update regarding our Mother's Day deliveries. There is still time to order for delivery before Sunday!

Lots of lovely Mother's Day gift baskets are already on their way to mums across Ireland & the UK, after a very busy day of dispatches today.

However, there is still time to order & have a gift basket of yummy treats delivered on Friday (1st April). Just place your order tonight or before 3pm tomorrow (Thursday 31st March) and pick the 'next available day' delivery option. We will then dispatch your gift on an overnight recorded delivery service.

We may also be able to offer a Saturday delivery option for addresses in our hand delivery area & BT postcodes. If you would like to check if this is an option for your delivery address then please give us a call or drop us an email.

We will also be drawing the Mother's Day competition winner soon, so 'Good Luck' to all our Facebook Fans!

The BGie Team

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