Ideas to make your garden a winner!
IF you re looking for ideas which could help your garden win one of the cash prizes on offer in the The Hunts Post Garden of the Year competition then look no further. Not only are we offering a special deal on a selection of flowers to make your garden l
IF you're looking for ideas which could help your garden win one of the cash prizes on offer in the The Hunts Post Garden of the Year competition then look no further.
Not only are we offering a special deal on a selection of flowers to make your garden look great, there is also a competition on Page 35 offering you the chance to get some gardening ideas from the East of England Garden show next month.
And once you've perfected your flower beds, it will then be time to enter the Garden of the Year competition, sponsored by Admiral Windows and Conservatories.
The competition aims to find the best kept garden in the district and present the greenest fingered people with cash prizes.
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The three categories are Best Kept Garden, Best Garden Design and Most Colourful Display with each of the winners receiving £250. There will also be one overall winner who will be presented will £500.
Editor of The Hunts Post Andy Veale, who is one of the judges of the competition said: "This is your chance to display your gardening and receive admiration from people across the region for your imaginative designs and beautiful flowerbeds."
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The other judges will be Will Honeybone, a landscape architect, Steve Thorogood, managing director of Admiral Windows and Conservatories who will be aided in their choice by The Hunts Post readers.
To be in with a chance of winning simply choose the category you want to enter, send us three photographs (j-pegs if you use a digital camera) of your garden along with an explanation of up to 200 words detailing why your garden deserves to win.
The closing date for entries is Saturday September 30.
Entrants must complete the competition coupon below (and available on The Hunts Post website www.huntspost.co.uk) and send it , marked Garden of the Year, to either Admiral Windows and Conservatories, Ermine Street, Alconbury, Huntingdon, PE28 4FL or to The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.
All the usual Archant terms and conditions apply.