Development & Alumni Relations Office 

FANCY A CUPPA? OPT IN FOR A CHANCE TO WIN!  Grey teapot and boxes of Suki tea

05 May 2020

As we unveil April’s art bundle ‘opt in’ winner, we are delighted to confirm that the prize for the May free draw has been provided by those lovely people at SUKI Tea Makers.  

Throughout April, we asked alumni to opt in to receive our monthly electronic eGraduate magazine to be eligible to win a selection of prints featuring Northern Ireland landscapes – including Queen’s famous Lanyon Building – painted by local artist, Mark Graham. 

You can read here about Mark and view some of his work on his various social media platforms.

And the randomly chosen winner of the selection of fine prints is:

  • Conor Graham (BA Criminology 2015) from County Down

Well done Conor; your prize will be on its way to you shortly.

This month’s winner will receive a SUKI Tea Gift Set, which includes a grey stump teapot with removable infuser, a box of loose leaf Belfast Brew and a box of organic Whole Peppermint.

The Belfast Boutique Loose Leaf Tea Blender was set up in 2005 by business partners Anne Irwin and Oscar Woolley. It has since become a strong contender in the UK’s Loose Leaf tea market.

The multi-award winning company is a leading supplier of premium loose-leaf tea and infusions to customers in the UK and Ireland, as well as to mainland Europe, Japan and Dubai.

SUKI Tea Makers ethically source and blend a selection of loose leaf teas, herbal infusions and fruit blends from all over the world. Their commitment to quality is reflected in responsible sourcing, great taste and delivering the very best customer experiences.

Last year, as part of a longstanding commitment to the environment, the company announced that it had moved away from the use of plastic packaging in its wide range of tea products.

To be in with a chance to win May’s prize all you need to do is opt in to receive our electronic eGraduate magazine.

The eGraduate, which is issued on the first Tuesday of each month, includes all the latest news and research breakthroughs from Queen’s, profiles a number of the University’s graduates and gives details of forthcoming events.

For more on the benefits of being a Queen’s graduate and to keep up with all the latest news from the University please visit our website, follow us on Twitter and like/follow us on Facebook.

For general enquiries about this story or to submit a graduate news item, please contact Gerry Power, Communications Officer, Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO), Queen’s University Belfast, on telephone: +44 (0)28 9097 5321.

Pictured above: Earl Grey and Apple Mint gift set 

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