Project D is giving away free doughnuts at Derby train station today.Derby company Project D will be handing out the home made treats this afternoon.Train passengers will also have the chance to win a year supply of doughnuts and an iPad Mini if they enter the company competition.Jacob Watts, who co founded Project D with Matthew Bond earlier this year, said four different flavours of doughnut would be on offer but you have to go along yourself to find out what they are.He said: “I spoke to someone on the platform and then we got in touch with East Midlands Trains. They visited us and we had a little conversation about what we could potentially do, and we decided we wanted to give our doughnuts away as part of EMTtreats.”He said: “We came up with the recipe through trial and error it’s been a long process to get it right and it’s taken the majority of our time.”Jason Cocker, area manager East Midlands Trains in Derby, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Project D here at Derby station today as part of our Christmas EMTTreats campaign. It is really lovely to surprise our passengers with a free treat whilst they are travelling over the Christmas period.”Secret Service checks out the food at Annie Burger ShackUK World NewsDisqualification scare for contestant as host Bradley Walsh teases him about health and safety rulesStudent Benjamin ran back to team to celebrate but he was pulled up by presenterTraffic and TravelA38 in Derby re opens after serious crashMotorists were warned to avoid the areaCrimeFaces of two killers convicted over ‘brutal’ death of Derby manMickleoverDerby mum’s fury after being told 100 hotel prom fine couldn’t be overturnedInquestsGuest found dead in Derby hotel room was decomposed beyond recognitionA cause of death could not be determined due to the state of the bodyFacebookPolice investigate alleged sexual offence near Derbyshire beauty spotThey have also thanked the public for their responseBretbyTake a look inside these stunning holiday lodges with HOT TUBS near BurtonThey are owned by a well known family in the townDerby city centreDate set for opening of new inflatable theme park in Derby city centreIt will feature slides, tunnels and ball pits.
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