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Visit the Cadbury Magical wishes workshop and/or tell us what you would wish for and you could win a £50 Cadbury hamper. Events across the country

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carriemumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 17-Nov-10 11:12:07

Cadbury began supporting Make-A-Wish Foundation® in 2009 and pledged to donate £400,000 over a three-year period. Make-A-Wish grants magical wishes to children and young people in the UK and Ireland who are fighting life-threatening illnesses.

This Christmas, Cadbury is launching Cadbury Wishes - a star-shaped milk-chocolate treat - and for every Cadbury Wishes star bought, Cadbury will donate 10% of the profits to Make-A-Wish.

Cadbury is also taking its magical Wishes Workshops up and down the country in the run-up to Christmas. For more information please click here.

Everyone who visits a Cadbury Wish Workshop and returns to Mumsnet to add feedback to this thread be entered into a prize draw to win a Cadbury hamper. All you have to do is say a) where you saw the wish workshop and b) what you thought of it (and maybe what you wished smile). Everyone who does this will be entered into a prize draw where one lucky winner will receive a Cadbury Hamper worth £50

We've actually got 2 hampers to give away, so if you're unable to visit one of the events or if you just want another chance to win a hamper grin Cadbury wants to know what wish you would make if you could make any wish. This can be anything you like, (it doesn't have to be chocolate related!). Please post your wishes below and everyone who adds their wish here will be entered into a prize draw where one winner (at random) will receive a Cadbury Hamper worth £50.

Please note the standard Terms and Conditions for a Mumsnet competition apply to this promotion (see here for more details) - the closing date however will be once all Wish Workshops have taken place - on 21 December. The two winners will be emailed then. Promoter: Mumsnet Limited. Studio 6, Deane House Studios, Greenwood Place, Highgate Road, London NW5 1LB

CMOTdibbler Wed 17-Nov-10 11:16:06

I wish I knew what to do to help my aged and ailing parents

Coca Wed 17-Nov-10 11:18:06

None near me sad
I would wish that my dds grow up happy and that every choice I agonised over and over thought turns out to be the right one.

OracleInaCoracle Wed 17-Nov-10 11:20:22

i would wish for ds to have a brother or sister.

choccyp1g Wed 17-Nov-10 11:23:51

Lovely stories and hopefully happy memories for those families...but my wish is that DS is never eligible to enter, because it is for children with life threatening conditions. sad

I would wish for everyone battling cancer to continue to have the strength to keep strong and beat it

QueenGigantaurofMnet Wed 17-Nov-10 11:25:12

I would wish for my dc's to live long and happily fulfilled lives.

Or to win the lottery.grin

chocoholic Wed 17-Nov-10 11:28:03

I wish my DH could find a new job.

Indith Wed 17-Nov-10 11:32:32

I wish to become a better parent and to remember to cherish what I have.

Indith Wed 17-Nov-10 11:35:31

Nice list. Can someone please point out that there is a whole load of country between Liverpool and Edinburgh. There are even some cities. At least one token event in the North would have been nice!

VinegarTits Wed 17-Nov-10 11:40:25

i wish my neighbours would stop smoking in their house because it seeps through my walls

I would wish for a family we could rely on, that we were close to and just have what other people seem to have with their extended familys. x

I would wish that my nana was still alive so that she could have met my children sad

going Wed 17-Nov-10 13:18:09

I wish my children will always be happy.

Blatherskite Wed 17-Nov-10 13:36:13

There is one near me. Assuming we all manage to get over this awful lurgy by then, we'll check it out.

My wish is that my children live long, full, happy and healthy lives and look back on their childhoods fondly rather than feeling like they've finally woken up from a nightmare like I do. I want to have finally broken the chain and started a new, happier tradition

I wish that my dd could find life easier than she does and be happy and healthy,

mufti Wed 17-Nov-10 14:10:31

i wish for everyone to have one wish answered

I wish that my children will grow up in a happy family atmosphere with parents who will be around for their childhood

Tortington Wed 17-Nov-10 14:18:12

i wish that i could find a job after redundancy and support the family

solo Wed 17-Nov-10 14:25:56

I wish for health, wealth and happiness for my entire family.x

NotShortImPomBearSized Wed 17-Nov-10 14:28:57

I wish I could give everyone in the whole world one wish each so we could all be happy smile

Can't make any of the workshops as too far away from us but sounds like a lovely idea.

I wish for a job i love which pays me enough not to have to worry and to have a cleaner so dh and can stop arguing about housework.

laughalot Wed 17-Nov-10 14:59:58

I wish that my fil had been alive to see his grandchildren

EvilEyeButterPie Wed 17-Nov-10 15:06:17

I wish that I would win this competition (hint, hint!)

I also wish that my biggest worries for my kids ever are what university to choose and whether they should be allowed fruit juice between meals.

Spirael Wed 17-Nov-10 15:07:51

I wish that Cadbury hadn't somehow completely missed Yorkshire from the tour!

twirlymum Wed 17-Nov-10 15:13:58

I wish for good health for my family and friends, and long and happy lives for my children.
Oh, and a Tiffany bangle grin

EvilEyeButterPie Wed 17-Nov-10 15:17:51

They've missed out all of Tyne and Wear too! Does the Metro Centre not exist?

Rindercella Wed 17-Nov-10 15:18:32

My father died in July and I was fortunate enough to have known and loved him for 40 years. I wish my DDs have the same opportunity with their beloved father who is currently battling cancer.

I wish for DH to get well and not be in pain all the time and our little baby girl to be born healthy.

poorbuthappy Wed 17-Nov-10 15:28:06

I wish Cadburys knew where Wales was...is there really any need for London and Milton Keynes? What is it 40ish miles from each other?

Actually I wish that that things could get a bit better for everyone...a general feeling of well being for all would be nice.

FairyFay Wed 17-Nov-10 15:51:07

Mine is a totally selfish, but chocolate related wish - I would wish that chocolate could be calorie-free blush

I wish that people could each be a little bit nicer to each other.

Hulababy Wed 17-Nov-10 16:29:46

My wih - that DD will grow up to be a honest, happy, healthy, confident and capable adult.

BeatrixRotter Wed 17-Nov-10 16:30:24

I wish to live a healthy live and be around for DC for as long as possible.

LifeOfKate Wed 17-Nov-10 16:33:20

Well, just entered the world of those TTC again, so am being a bit selfish and would have to wish for a happy, healthy pregnancy as soon as possible.

Amazingly, one of those workshops is near me (people tend to forget Lincolnshire exists), so I might just pop along

MegBusset Wed 17-Nov-10 16:36:18

I wish to have a million more wishes grin

snice Wed 17-Nov-10 16:41:23

I wish we had a better relationship with DP's family

4andnotout Wed 17-Nov-10 16:41:32

I've had some fantastic news today so my wish is for my friend and I hope she gets allocated the house she has bid on.

Debzk Wed 17-Nov-10 16:58:56

I wish I could afford to take my DD (6) to NYC cos she is desperate to see the Statue of Liberty

whimsy Wed 17-Nov-10 17:46:59

I actually saw it at the Bullring in Birmingham on friday morning. I did a double take tbh. It was a little cabin in the middle of Birmingham

The promotions people were very nice, even though ds3 was being a bit of a pain. You could buy a bag of stars on the way out which I did and they are yummy wink

My wish is that my 3 boys grow up to be happy & healthy and be safe in the world.

What a wonderful idea.

My wish would be that a cure could be found for some of the terrible diseases affecting these children.

Fillybuster Wed 17-Nov-10 18:05:14

Lovely

I'd like 2 wishes please....

1) That my children grow up healthy, happy, loving, loved, caring and successful and continue to provide me and our family with pleasure and pride in their progress

2) I wish that everyone engaged in conflict and war would start to consider that it might be possible to live peacefully alongside people of different views, countries, politics or religion.

AddictedIsAMummy Wed 17-Nov-10 18:38:17

my wish is that my doctor would take me seriously and treat my baby's milk intolerance and not just fob me off sad

TheLogLady Wed 17-Nov-10 18:41:15

none near us sad

I wish I could fly, way up to the sky, but I can't.

GreatGooglyMoogly Wed 17-Nov-10 18:54:20

I wish I could find what I'm looking for.

gothicmama Wed 17-Nov-10 19:04:31

I wish we had a camper van

brookeslay Wed 17-Nov-10 19:21:37

I wish I knew my partner had a genetic condition meaning 1/2 chance of my babies having a fatal illness and not blame myself for my previous babies deaths.

Guidoinsteadnow Wed 17-Nov-10 19:50:40

I wish that nothing will ever ever change in my life; I'm happy enough to not want to take the chance of losing it all.

thefirstMrsDeVere Wed 17-Nov-10 20:04:34

I wish I could have my darling girl back, even for an hour.

If anyone doubts the importance of the work of organisations like Make a Wish, dont.

A ride in a pink limo or a meetup with a boy band may seem pointless in the face of terminal illness but I cant tell you the difference these treats make.

Anything to break the drudgery and grind of hospital visits and painful treatment, losing out on ordinary childhood experiences, putting up with indignities and the sheer boredom of illness.

I cherish the moments of happiness given to my girl by various organisations.
Rare happy memories amongst the total hidiousness.

prettybird Wed 17-Nov-10 20:08:41

I wish that was proper care available for people who have forms of dementia that require (nearly) 1:1 care. There is nowhere for them to go: care homes can't cope and the poor husbands/wives/children can't cope

butterflymum Wed 17-Nov-10 20:44:53

I wish that Cadbury hadn't bothered to show Northern Ireland on their map when they, like a lot of companies, will not even be bothering to bring their Workshop/Roadshow over here.

sad

I wish I knew what this weird rash I've got is, because I thought it was an allergy but now dd's got it.

BelleDeChocChipCookieMonster Wed 17-Nov-10 20:53:06

I wish that someone wanted to publish my lovely childrens book.

CheeryCherry Wed 17-Nov-10 21:15:06

None near me.
One wish? That my family remain happy and healthy in their long, fullfilled lives. smile

PlentyOfPockets Wed 17-Nov-10 21:23:17

I wish that Cadbury was still a British-owned company.

bosch Wed 17-Nov-10 21:26:03

Hmm, not really covering the north of england in any meaningful way then?

Cadbury's clearly mean to leave us 'oop north' to the tender mercies of Nestle and Thorntons then. C'est la vie.

I wish that my husband and children believed in God.

MaryBS Wed 17-Nov-10 21:56:10

I wish kids would be nicer to my DS (who has Aspergers)

StealthPomBear Wed 17-Nov-10 22:05:23

I'll second thefirstMrsDeVere's wish

llynnnn Wed 17-Nov-10 22:06:47

I wish for my dh's surgery to go well so he can finally be pain free and we can all start enjoying time together as a family again x

PandaEisIsLookingForwardToXmas Thu 18-Nov-10 01:03:32

I wish... for people to get their wishes (mrsdeveresad) and for me... I wish i could carry another healthy baby so i could give my DD the brother or sister she asks for every day.

ProfYaffle Thu 18-Nov-10 08:06:43

I can't believe there's actually a workshop near me - things like this normally miss East Anglia altogether. I wish we could go but it's dh's 40th birthday this weekend so we're busy elsewhere.

However, my real wish is that all the meningioma cells in dh's brain tumour site really have died and there isn't 1 or 2 lurking in there waiting to re-grow again. smile

Oh, and on a related matter, I wish he could get onto the new fancy pants scanner trial (can't remember what it's called now) in London which would give us the definitive answer to the above question one way or the other.

Bert2e Thu 18-Nov-10 10:29:15

I wish my Dad had been alive to meet my boys [cry]

LadyBuzz Thu 18-Nov-10 10:38:31

I wish I could have just 1 day with my mum as and adult and she could meet her granchildren.

magnolia74 Thu 18-Nov-10 11:09:37

None near me either sad

I wish that my friends husband would have a miracle cure sad

JaniceSoprano Thu 18-Nov-10 11:13:18

lol look teh WHOLE of hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire is missed out!

JaniceSoprano Thu 18-Nov-10 11:13:36

I wish youd give me all your choclate

JaniceSoprano Thu 18-Nov-10 11:14:08

am worried that worcester seems to haev relocated to bristol on the map

ISayISayISay Thu 18-Nov-10 12:06:44

I wish that the different, longed-for, high-risk pregnancies of my friends all have a happy ending.

walkingonthemoon Thu 18-Nov-10 14:07:03

I wish that someone clever could find a cure for the blummin awful disease that cancer is.

AngiePaw Thu 18-Nov-10 14:37:50

I wish DD would get the hang of using the toilet and stop doing tinkles in her knickers <sigh> x

DurhamDurham Thu 18-Nov-10 14:38:25

I wish that I wasn't so fond of chocolate....BUT as I am I feel it is Cadbury's moral duty to provide me a free fix now and then. Hopefully now grin

thefirstMrsDeVere Thu 18-Nov-10 15:34:20

There IS a workshop in London so I suppose I shouldnt grumble. But its so far away and so hard to get to(you wouldnt want to attempt to drive and bugger taking all mine on the tube).

I am so sad that there are so many posters wishing for things they cant have. Im sorry everyone sad

I appreciate as ever the funny posts as well though.

Its a great charity though so I hope they get some benefit from this .

fruitshootsandheaves Thu 18-Nov-10 16:46:21

I wish I had had the courage to speak to someone about my 'experience' years ago. Maybe it wouldn't still be affecting me now.

longdarktunnel Thu 18-Nov-10 17:50:35

I wish that whatever hand life deals my children, they will behave with courage and kindness at all times.

Onlyjoking Thu 18-Nov-10 18:28:39

I wish me and the kids could have a day with their dad and that cancer hadn't killed him.
It's a great charity that took my friends family to Lapland I have it on DVD but it makes me sob to see all those children and wonder if any of them are still alive.

Some of these wishes are so touching and sad, and funny too.

I wish I could rewind the clock to the day before DS2's first seizure and for none of them ever to have happened, so that he would still be 'normal'.

PixieOnaLeaf Thu 18-Nov-10 19:21:00

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ChunkyBrewster Thu 18-Nov-10 19:25:31

I wish that bad things didn't happen to such good people.. and if my wish fairy was only doing superficial requests that day, that I could run really fast on the treadmill at the gym and wipe the eyes off the face of the skinny minny doing a marathon next to me.

sleepysox Thu 18-Nov-10 19:36:24

I wish that someone could gurantee that my son will learn to walk.

Hammy01 Thu 18-Nov-10 20:22:30

I wish for all children around the world to know what love, peace and being protected feels like

LisbethSalander Thu 18-Nov-10 20:57:40

DD and I went to the workshop in Norwich this lunchtime and they were lovely to us. She had a little cup with some milk chocolate buttons and some jelly babies. She also (sort of) designed her own new chocolate bar wrapper which apparently would be called jelly treats and would feature a very large brown swirl on it. She's hoping she wins a day out (and so are we!) Then we bought some Cadbury Wishes. Thank you - we enjoyed ourselves.

If I'm allowed a wish too, it's not as altruistic as others, but I would really, really like the baby I'm carrying to be healthy (unlike his/her big brother we lost when I was 5 months pregnant in April).

aristocat Thu 18-Nov-10 22:00:35

sad that its been to Birmingham already

however my wish would be that my children would have been able to know my dear parents - even just for a day

I wish my baby was still alive

emmaand3 Thu 18-Nov-10 23:23:32

I wish that mum and grandad get through this first xmas and have a smile without nan x

notevenasparkler Fri 19-Nov-10 03:38:29

I can only think of little Ruth who has leukaemia and is not doing as well as we all would have hoped.

I wish DD does better than me. I don't deserve her.

largeginandtonic Fri 19-Nov-10 13:36:09

I wish my husband was going to be home this Christmas.

Will try and go to the London one. Is 2 hours away though.

4andnotout Fri 19-Nov-10 18:27:19

I would just like to add that my wish i posted here has indeed come true so I'm really pleased

Saucepanman Fri 19-Nov-10 19:39:46

I wish for my children to always be happy, healthy, safe and secure, and that I am able to provide this for them. And I wish (and hope) that one day I will see my beautiful baby boy again, who was stillborn.

mollyroger Fri 19-Nov-10 20:19:59

I wish I could afford to home-educate my son, before the school system crushes his spirit and joie de vivre.

Lotstodo Sat 20-Nov-10 11:59:15

A long shot but I would wish for my son to get well and I wish I could turn the clock back to enable me to help him do this.

SunshineOnLee Sat 20-Nov-10 15:06:48

I wish for my children to stay healthy throughout long and happy lives.

And I wish my Mum could have met them.

mandrake Sat 20-Nov-10 17:58:36

We went to the wish workshop in Exeter today and the dc liked it, especially (they are rather predictable) the cups of chocolate buttons and jelly babies they got at the end. They liked the photo you got if you bought chocolate stars too.

I sat there and wished that Cadbury's made more dark proper chocolate. And then I wished for an end to global warming so I wouldn't seem so trivial.

Hassled Sat 20-Nov-10 18:47:03

I went to the Norwich one today with DS3 (8). It was OK - for some reason we'd been expecting some sort of huge chocolate paradise, and it really wasn't.

DS3 designed his star in his usual minimum-effort style, we ate some sweets and chocolate, we bought a couple of Wishes (which are delicious, btw), declined the photo, and off we went. It must have taken about 7 minutes, tops. But it was all nice and Christmassy - good location near Norwich's insanely tall tree and a steam powered Merry-Go-Round with old fashioned horses.

I forgot to make a wish but if I had, it would have been for world peace, obviously.

Doodlez Sat 20-Nov-10 19:18:05

I wish I could jump into the chocolate river in Charlie and the Chocolate factory.

I asked Jimmy Saville to make that come true for me but the bastard never even answered me letter.

Howzabout that then? grin

Hassled Sat 20-Nov-10 19:40:42

Jimmy never answered me, either. And my wish was so very dull and would have been so easy for the BBC to arrange (I wished I could visit the BBC's costume storage department). Damn him and his cigar.

QOD Sat 20-Nov-10 20:51:48

I wish I was loved as much as I love

I took my dcs to the Exeter one today. They thought it was great, even ds3 (2) insisted on joining in. Twas a good idea to have the entertainer for the waiting queue and the staff we encountered were lovely. I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting, but I thought it was a nice 20 or so minutes. Esp getting free sweets their photos taken at the end. I wished for dh to get a local job soon so he doesn't end up living miles away for another year.

Merrylegs Sat 20-Nov-10 21:54:58

We stopped by the Norwich one this evening. It looked very magical (DD gasped when she saw it!), situated as it was in the shadow of the Forum and right by the gallopers- lots of lovely Christmas lights.

There was a bit of a queue inside so we didn't hang around but plenty of little kids sitting colouring at tables and helping themselves to chocolate.

Around the corner we found the place to buy 2 choc star things for £1(they were huge and very yummy) and DD and I had our (free) photo taken which turned out really fab and christmassy.
We are going to put it in a frame for DH's Xmas present, so job done. Thank you!

chimchar Sun 21-Nov-10 08:17:54

another disappointed welshie here...

i wish that my mum was still around, and that my kids still had their adoring gramma to love.

on a less selfish scale, i wish that people would think of others just a little bit more, and treat eachother with love and kindness.

onadietcokebreak Sun 21-Nov-10 09:24:21

I just wish people could be a bit more tolerate of each other and smile a bit more.

gingercat12 Sun 21-Nov-10 17:58:33

I wish my parents and parent-in-law had good health and saw their grandchildren grow up to be happy and healthy.

kennythekangaroo Sun 21-Nov-10 18:17:35

We went to the Exeter one today. DD (3) had a great time colouring and enjoyed her chocolates. The staff were very friendly, chatty and helpful. Luckily we didn't have DS in his wheelchair because I don't think we'd have fitted in.

Have a lovely photo of me and DH smiling and DD stuffing her face with sweets!

ConstanceFelicity Mon 22-Nov-10 12:49:42

I wish to teach my children all that I can.

herbietea Mon 22-Nov-10 14:52:52

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Jux Mon 22-Nov-10 20:51:22

I wish I could make things all right for what's left of my family (dh, dd and my remaining bro). After 7 family bereavements in the space of 3 years; a year on from the last one and we're still reeling. I would take my daughter to the Cairo museum and Zahi Hawass would take her round and show her really interesting things. Well, that's my wish - it doesn't have to be realistic.grin

wantsthebest Tue 23-Nov-10 12:14:52

I wish my father didnt get cancer and was here to see how my baby is growing into a happy healthy little girl....

supergreenuk Tue 23-Nov-10 12:46:58

I think I would have to ask for a cadburys hamper lol.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 23-Nov-10 13:04:15

We have the following message from Cadbury for you:

"Thank you for sharing your thoughts, wishes and experience of the Wishes Workshops. Do keep the feedback coming. We're so happy that those who have had the opportunity to visit have enjoyed it so much and left such positive comments.

For those who we have not been able to bring the Workshop to we apologise. Our team worked tirelessly to find a wide range of locations around the country that we could bring our Christmas magic to. Unfortunately not everywhere was able to host the Workshops no matter how hard we tried sad. With such great comments we hope to run these events again next year and will try our very best to visit the places that we were unable to this year.

Yours in Christmas magic - Cadbury"

worm77daisy Wed 24-Nov-10 05:06:14

I wish that my children will have happy fulfilled lives. I also wish that every being had happy lives without so much unfairness in the world.

youremindmeofthebabe Wed 24-Nov-10 16:47:55

I wish that my mum and MIL don't feel too lonely now they're by themselves.

Ps I love wishes. They're gorgeous. I've been buying them like they're going out of fashion. so, well done!

Trubert Wed 24-Nov-10 17:43:37

I wish I could learn to be happy with what I have, instead of always wanting something else

Leslaki Wed 24-Nov-10 19:13:41

I have 2:
I wish that my friend could get her lovely 6 year old DD back who died last Christmas.

I wish I could get a job so I can buy a house for my lovely kids and me as we don't have one at present.

MmeLindt Wed 24-Nov-10 19:58:26

Can I have a proper wish and a trivial wish, if that is not too greedy.

I wish for health and happiness for my family.

I wish that Cadbury would sell chocolate in Switzerland as I have to eat Lindt chocolate <woe is me>

EliB Wed 24-Nov-10 20:33:40

I wish my oldest wasn't eligible to make a wish! and that cadbury would return to their pr-takeover production techniques so my youngest who has an egg and nut allergy could still eat some of their chocolate. It's really hard trying to explain to a 2 year old why for months he could have a freddy frog but now he can't. Please Cadbury can't you do something about this?

lottiejenkins Tue 30-Nov-10 16:27:52

I wish i had both my boys with me this christmas. My eldest son Jack died at two hours old at Chritmas 1994. His younger brother Wilf would love to have his oldest brother here too. sad

SirBoobAlot Wed 01-Dec-10 20:51:04

I have two.

I wish that my DS will grow into a happy, healthy, capable little boy, who continues to share the happiness he has brought to me already.

And secondly... I wish it would stop snowing so I could go buy some Cadbury's Wishes blush Seriously, they're amazingly good.

TINKERBELLE33 Wed 01-Dec-10 21:30:48

I wish that the world was a fairer place.

mckenzie Wed 01-Dec-10 22:18:59

I have one selfish wish - I wish that my father hadn't died so young and left me.

And one not so selfish wish - I wish that my dear mum lives a happy and healthy life until her final day comes.

taffetazatyousantaclaus Wed 01-Dec-10 22:28:41

I wish the snow would melt so I can see my best friends on Saturday. I haven't seen them all year. sad

TheLimeFairy Tue 07-Dec-10 20:20:41

a) Norwich
b) Really lovely for the kids, lots of activities
c) I wish for my kids to have a lovely and happy Christmas time together smile

sphil Wed 08-Dec-10 22:34:28

I wish that I could know for certain I was living to a ripe old age so I didn't have to worry about DS2's future.

arudolf Thu 09-Dec-10 12:03:48

I wish for my wee sister to have a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby at the end of it - she's diabetic and epileptic, and 16 weeks gone, so we've all got our fingers crossed for her.

mjpk08 Thu 09-Dec-10 15:04:11

i wish the xbox was never made

YuleTideD0G Thu 09-Dec-10 16:35:04

I wish I could find my balloon whisk having just made chess sauce with a fork grin

Pinner35 Thu 09-Dec-10 18:25:40

I wish I could cure my husband's debilitating back and ankle pain. He had a fractured ankle for 8 years before anyone realised and started to take his pain seriously.

I'd wish for a kidney donor for my brother.

He jokingly put a £1000-ish Macbook on his Christmas list and I said he could have one if it fixed kidneys - but I dont't think that's very high up Steve Jobs' tech development list grin

RebeccaMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 22-Dec-10 11:43:24

and the winners are Whimsy and Merrylegs . Congratulations, check your in-boxes.

whimsy Wed 22-Dec-10 16:23:32

Thank you so much Mumsnet and Cadburys, you have made me smile on such a sad day. I have just walked in from the funeral of a wonderful man and will be sharing the hamper out amongst his Granchildren. Thank you

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