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Win a Father's day gift | For garden loving dads

Fancy treating the father in your life this Father's day? (That's June 21st, 2020 for anyone who's lost all track of days and dates!!)

We're delighted to bring you a little competition, just in time for this years' Father's Day.

How to enter.

Simply tell us, in the comments below, about why the garden-loving dad in your life deserves a treat. It could be your dad, your husband, brother, cousin, uncle, we want to know who and why you think they might deserve a little gift.

We'll be reading your comments and choosing a worthy winner to receive a Bee Brick solitary bee house from the Green&Blue range in plenty of time for this year's Father's day. 

And if you fancy more ways to win then we're running the same competition on our Facebook page and our Instagram account, and in partnership with a few of our favourite accounts over on IG too, we'll be sharing details of those in our stories!

Phew, so many ways to win! Good luck, we can't wait to read your nominations. 

Stack of bee brick solitary bee houses for fathers day competition


The small print!

The closing date is June 12th, 2020. No cash alternative. Competition is organised by Green&Blue and our decision is final. There are multiple ways to win.

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My dad is the best! He has spent most of lockdown in the garden, he’s now building my mum a potting shed from reclaimed materials – a bee brick would be the perfect addition x

Sally Taylor

My Dad is just the best. He’s been isolating with my Mum and they spent the first few weeks building a green house and they just love it. It’s tough not getting to see their grandkids and my Dad’s been so worried trying to keep my Mum safe but I feel like the garden has really kept their spirits up.


My daddy loves his wee garden, he gets hours of enjoyment and would relish lots more wildlife these would be a perfect treat…

Sonya Ritchie

My husband loves our garden. He helps me to grow lots of fruit and vegetables in pots (we don’t have any borders in our garden), he feeds the birds at three feeding stations, he puts food out for hedgehogs that visit, water for the badgers who sometimes come into the garden, and leaves hedge cutting until after nesting is over. He has chosen bushes such as buddleia for our hedges so that we attract butterflys, and lavender and foxgloves to attract the bees.

Janet Ashenden

My Dad likes watching the bees and birdies in his garden

Paul Arscott

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