Win a £25 gift voucher for Wyevale Garden Centre

PUBLISHED: 10:00 08 November 2017

Win a voucher for the Wyevale Garden Centre

Win a voucher for the Wyevale Garden Centre


The Hunts Post has teamed up with the Wyevale Garden Centre in, Banks End, Wyton, to offer four readers the chance to win a £25 Christmas gift voucher.

From the sparkle at the top of the tree to the hand-picked presents beneath it, Wyevale Garden Centres have everything you need for a magical Christmas.

With hundreds of exclusive products you won’t find on the high street, there’s a range of great gifts for everyone in the family, including those with green fingers. From festive food gifts and hampers, drones and decor goodies to fairy princess and football presents – plus a Santa sized selection of stocking fillers.

And if you are really stuck for ideas, there’s gift cards, which are designed to combine freedom and flexibility of choice with a great shopping experience, making sure you have the perfect solution to any ‘what to buy’ present problems. Gift cards can be loaded with any value you like from £10 to £250 and can be purchased and used at more than 146 Wyevale Garden Centres around the UK

“Come and be part of the Wyevale Garden Centres Christmas – we’ve got the best Santa grottos this side of the North Pole, the best decorations and Christmas trees with experts on hand for advice and tips on tree care and the best things to do when you visit us – breakfast or tea with Santa, festive lunch feasts and free activities at the weekends for the whole family,” said a spokesman for Wyevale.

To be in with a chance of winning a £25 gift voucher, answer this question.

Where is the Huntingdonshire branch of Wyevale based?

Answers to: The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB or email:

All entries should include a postal address and daytime telephone number, and should reach us by November 16.

INFO: To find out what is available at Wyevale over the Christmas period, go to:

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