Cash prizes for our top gardens
YOUR garden doesn t need to be recreated in Canada to be in with a chance of winning one of the cash prizes in this year s Hunts Post Garden of the Year competition. Sponsored by Admiral Windows and Conservatories the three main categories each have a pri
YOUR garden doesn't need to be recreated in Canada to be in with a chance of winning one of the cash prizes in this year's Hunts Post Garden of the Year competition.
Sponsored by Admiral Windows and Conservatories the three main categories each have a prize of £250 and can be entered by simply filling out the form and sending three photographs of your garden.
The Hunts Post Garden of the Year, which also has an overall prize of £500, aims to recognise the best gardens from across the district.
Hundreds of flyers explaining the details can also be found at open garden events taking place in Huntingdonshire over the next few weeks.
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There are three categories best kept garden, best design and most colourful display. All photographs will either be featured in the newspaper or on The Hunts Post website.
So, if you are proud of your garden and want Hunts Post readers to see it, then simply choose the category you want to enter, fill in the coupon detailing why your garden should win and send three pictures to either The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB or Admiral Windows and Conservatories, Ermine Street, Alconbury, Huntingdon, PE28 4FL by Saturday September 30.
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