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Win a starter set of doddl cutlery!

Fifteen lucky readers will get their hands on a set of cutlery to help littles ones eat independently with ease!

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

Picture by Clint Randall
Picture by Clint Randall

Jewish News has teamed up with doddl to offer 15 readers a set of doddl cutlery (rrp £16.95) to help teach their little ones to eat independently with ease. 

If you’ve ever felt the pain of scraping purées off the floors and walls, this is the perfect prize for you.

Doddl is a British business, based in Gloucestershire and the brainchild of Catherine Dodd. While on holiday attempting to feed her three children under two, Cat reached breaking point – literally – as the fork her oldest was using snapped at the dinner table. 

Unprompted, her daughter picked up the broken fork and continued eating – with greater success than before. Cat realised that most children’s cutlery is a cut-down version of adult cutlery and not designed for babies or toddlers’ hands. And so, the idea for doddl was born. 

The company makes clever children’s cutlery, ergonomically designed with input from child development specialists to teach little hands and support independent eating. 

The doddl range of knives, spoons and forks help build your child’s skills and confidence, turning mealtimes into adventures by helping hungry minds discover the world around them.

Doddl is available to buy online at and is also stocked by and amazon.

To be in with a chance of winning a cutlery set, answer the following question:

Terms and Conditions:

Fifteen winners will receive a set of doddl cutlery worth £16.95! Prize is as stated, not transferable, not refundable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or exchanged in whole or in part for cash. By supplying your email address, you agree to receive marketing information from the JN Media Group or any of its affiliates and carefully selected third parties. The promotion excludes employees of Jewish News and the promoter, their immediate families, their agents or anyone professionally connected to the relevant promotion. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request. For full Ts and Cs, see

Closing date: 17 December 2020

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