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Enter the Cheshire Life Garden of the Year 2017 competition

PUBLISHED: 17:55 06 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:55 06 March 2017

2016 winners: Nick Williams and Barry Williams of Olympian Garden Buildings with winners Les Jones and Sue Murray with staff and pupils from Cranberry Academy

2016 winners: Nick Williams and Barry Williams of Olympian Garden Buildings with winners Les Jones and Sue Murray with staff and pupils from Cranberry Academy

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This month we launch the Cheshire Life Garden of the Year 2017 competition. There is a great prize for the best school garden and the best domestic garden.

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Keen gardeners and schools are being invited to take part in Cheshire Life’s exciting competition with two wonderful prizes.

Olympian Garden Buildings of Sandbach have once again teamed up with Cheshire Life to launch the Garden of the Year 2017 competition. There is also a category with children in mind - the School Garden of the Year section.

The prize for the county’s top garden is a generous voucher entitling the winner to spend £1,000 at Olympian Garden Buildings’ impressive site. There is another £1,000 voucher for the school demonstrating the most impressive commitment to horticulture.

Director of Olympian Garden Buildings, Nick Williams, said: ‘We’re pleased to be sponsoring the Cheshire Life Garden of the Year competition again. We’re fortunate to install our garden buildings in stunning gardens throughout Cheshire, and look forward to viewing the entries from both domestic gardeners and schools.’

Cheshire Life regularly features gardens and we know that gardening is a popular pastime. We have many green-fingered readers. Readers’ letters and emails indicate that many local schools and their pupils are enthusiastic about gardening and growing things. This competition is an opportunity for teachers and youngsters to have their work recognised and buy something from the impressive range at Olympian Garden Buildings. Their attractive structures range from modest garden sheds and outdoor home offices, to beautiful summer houses. Visit their website to see their range.

Olympian Garden Buildings, Moston Road, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 3JA.

Tel: 01270 759775 Open seven days a week, www.olympiansheds.co.uk

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