The Ahlan! Ramadan Bracelet was created by Ahlan! Editorial Director Sarah Hedley Hymers, working with Pandora’s new Essence collection. Each set of charms were specifically chosen for their meaning and how they relate to Ramadan.
Inspired by the tradition of giving flowers to show gratitude, the silver charms, with their floral design, sparkle as a reminder of appreciation. The lilac charms represent faith, the pink ones are a symbol of caring and the blue ones stand for peace. With appreciation, faith and caring, we move closer to peace, and the bracelet itself, locked with a golden clasp, is a symbolic circle of the unity peace brings.
How To Win This
For your chance to win the Ahlan! Ramadan Pandora Bracelet, take a few moments to share your words of wisdom this month. Here’s how: post your quote, or a picture of you presenting your clearly written quote on card. The quotes must include the hashtag #AhlanRamadan and can be posted to @AhlanMagazine on Instagram, @AhlanLive on Twitter and /AhlanMagazine on Facebook – for inspiration, see what Team Ahlan! and the UAE’s leading personalities had to say on page 17. INFO: Closing date: Thu 16 Jul. Good luck!
To see examples of people sharing their inspirational messages, click HERE
We’re appealing to trace the owner of a Pandora bracelet which was found in Chesterfield town centre.
The bracelet, a silver bangle style bracelet, was found near a fruit stall at Chesterfield market place, near High Street on Thursday, April 20.If you think the bracelet could be yours please contact the enquiry office at Chesterfield Police Station on Beetwell Street by dropping in or calling 101, quoting reference 434 of 20/04/17. Tweet
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