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Our latest Family Zone Competition & School Zone Competition, both end on 18th December, so get your entries in to us as soon as possible and you could be a winner!  The prizes are fantastic and will set you up with lots of gardening equipment well in time for spring, and the busiest time in the gardening year.

For Schools ….

The School Zone winner will receive over £150 worth of gardening equipment for spring, including a wooden cold frame, a salad / herb bed, a raised bed and a potato growing kit, all from The Recycleworks Ltd.

Plus all entrants will receive 10% off their next order from them.

Raised beds are perfect for gardening with children - easy to maintain and no trampling damage from little feet!

For school entrants we are looking for the best Indoor Grow Your Own project carried out in the Autumn term. If crops aren’t ready to harvest when the competition comes to a close, don’t worry just send your entry with news of where the project is up to so far. Include a written description in no more than 500 words, plus photographs of your project.

Full details on how to enter can be found here.

For Families …

The Family Zone winner will receive over £100 of gardening equipment ready for spring, including a wooden cold frame, a salad / herb bed and a potato growing kit, all from The Recycleworks Ltd. Plus all entrants will receive 10% off their next order from them.

Growing potatoes is one of the easiest and most rewarding gardening activities to do with children

So tell us about a growing project that you have carried out this Autumn. It could involve planting a tree or several, setting bulbs ready for spring, or growing some winter vegetables. The project can be carried out indoors or outside, which ever you prefer.

In no more than 500 words tell us all about what you did. Take pictures, make drawings and make your entry as colourful as you like.

Full details on how to enter can be found here.

Good luck with your entry!

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