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messageEaster Egg delivery
Posted by siousxiesue April 08, 12:06PM

I'm looking for a way to get a couple of eggs delivered to my brother (Catford) who, like us all, is doing his best to isolate but is normally a pretty isolated guy at the best of times.

I thought some chocolate would cheer him a bit. Any ideas? Loathe to use Amazon. Cadbury's were but have suspended. Thorntons not to new customers.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was april 08, 12:13pm by siousxiesue.

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by IlonaM April 08, 01:43PM

I managed to send a couple of Lindt bunnies to my mother from this website: www.flowersbuydelivery.co.uk [https://www.flowersbuydelivery.co.uk/last-remaining-easter-chocolates-2020-c-284]

Arrived safe & sound and caused much amusement!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was april 08, 01:59pm by IlonaM.

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by RichH April 08, 03:12PM

I've used Chocolate Trading Co. for a number of years.

They weren't accepting new orders earlier today as they were inundated but are taking orders again now although lots of Easter items are out of stock. Might be worth a look though.

[www.chocolatetradingco.com]

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by fishbiscuits April 08, 03:43PM

If you're still out and about and shopping, I would just buy something reasonably small and flatt-ish (bars of chocolate, packets of Cadbury's mini eggs, etc), that will fit into a small jiffy bag, and drop it in the post box. (look up the correct postage rate beforehand of course).

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by siousxiesue April 08, 03:58PM

fishbiscuits Wrote:
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> If you're still out and about and shopping, I
> would just buy something reasonably small and
> flatt-ish (bars of chocolate, packets of Cadbury's
> mini eggs, etc), that will fit into a small jiffy
> bag, and drop it in the post box. (look up the
> correct postage rate beforehand of course).

I'm not out and about shopping. It's my worst nightmare at the moment hence the post.

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by beansprout April 08, 08:28PM

Hotel Chocolate?

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by womanofdulwich April 08, 08:50PM

We ordered from blowing dandelion in SE19 today and they delivered too. Delicious.😁

messageRe: Easter Egg delivery
Posted by siousxiesue April 08, 10:26PM

womanofdulwich Wrote:
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> We ordered from blowing dandelion in SE19 today
> and they delivered too. Delicious.😁

What a gorgeous shop, thanks WoD


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