Category Archives: Free Giveaway Competitions

Winning Form!

Craig over at Dyke’s Edge Allotments ran a photo competition a few weeks ago and, guess what, I won with my parsnip photo!! The prize – a laminated magazine mock-up of the photo and some packets of seeds.

Thanks very much Craig for a great prize. If you haven’t checked out Craig’s blog get over there, he’s made amazing progress on the plot over the last few months.

I hope my winning form continues when I visit Newbury races this Saturday!!

The Winner Is……

Two weeks ago I started a free giveaway competition for a copy of “Food for Free” by Richard Mabey, a pocket sized guide for any would-be forager.  All you had to do was leave a comment on the post to have a chance of winning.

There were 25 entrants battling for pole position: Craig, Jan, Lucy, Ian, Jo, Rob, Sue, Una, Andrew, Amy, Jade, Maureen, Louisa, Flighty, Mellisa, Ellie, Hillwards, Jenny, Niece, Mark, Brittany, Sarah, T.J., Carolyn and Angela.

Choe made the draw, independantly adjudicated by Emily, from her Peppa Pig Wellie boot.

And the winner is………………

CAROLYN!!!!!

Congratulations!!!  I’ll be in touch shortly.  Happy foraging everybody!

Foraging Guide Book Giveaway Competition

With Autumn now well and truly underway we’ve taken our first tentative steps into the world of foraging. To celebrate this new pastime I’ve got one of the classic guide books to give away. “Food for Free” by Richard Mabey, an illustrated guide to over 100 edible plants, berries, mushrooms, seaweed and shellfish, was first published in 1972 and is probably the best known guide book in its field. And the great thing is it’s pocket-sized, easy to take with you when you’re out and about.

All you have to do is leave a comment on this post, my daughter Chloe will draw a winner in a couple of weeks time, and I’ll post it out. Totally free, as simple as that. I look forward to hearing from you!

And the Winners Are………

I’ve been running a free giveaway competition for just over a month now courtesy of Lands’ End who have sponsored the Colour Garden at Barnsdale Gardens in Rutland. The prizes are a couple of packets of nasturtium seeds for everyone that commented on the post and a chance of winning 1 of 5 £25 Lands’ End Clothing Gift Vouchers.

So to ensure impartiality Chloe was drafted in as Drawmistress to pull out the 5 winners from her sun hat.

And the winners are…………

Sue at Green Lane Allotments
Maureen at Allotment Heaven
Britta at Gardening in High Heels
Is at Tattie Bogle
Jo at The Good Life

A £25 Lands’ End Gift Voucher and 2 packets of Nasturtium seeds are on their way to you soon.

Thanks to everyone else who entered: Flighty at Flighty’s Plot, Amy at Souper Allotment, Niece, Allotofveg, The Idiot Gardener, Libby, Richard Cox, Rob, Jen, Christine, Claire at Ma Larkin’s and Rose. Seeds are on their way to you all. I will be in touch soon (if you happen to read this beforehand and want to send me a mail with your address please do. But don’t worry if you haven’t got time I’ll be in touch once the gardening jobs for the weekend are done!).

Also thanks to hillwards and Edith Hope who commented and said they didn’t need the seeds.

Hope you all have a great Bank Holiday weekend!!

Lands’ End Free Voucher & Seed Giveaway

I’ve teamed up with clothing retailer Lands’ End to offer a fantastic free Lands’ End Gift Voucher and Seed giveaway.

The new Colour Garden at Barnsdale is sponsored by Lands’ End, who have jackets and coats for whatever the British summer throws at us. You can follow progress of the garden on the Lands’ End blog.

The first 25 readers to leave a comment on this post will receive 2 free packets of Nasturtium seeds – Jewel Mix, semi-double blooms – ideal to sow next spring to brighten up your flower bed or veg plot. In addition they will go into a draw for 1 of 5 £25 Lands’ End clothing gift vouchers I have to give away which can be used online. The draw will be made and vouchers/seeds despatched at the end of August.

A fantastic prize and all you have to do is leave a comment and I’ll do the rest. Couldn’t be simpler!!