We have a winner! Congratulations to Rachel!
Thank you to all who have entered.
Toby’s Garden Festival is on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May at Powderham Castle, Devon. I am giving a talk and have a book stall there, so to celebrate I have a very special ticket and Goody Bag prize* to give away to one lucky person.
(*see terms and conditions below)
One Saturday 4th VIP Ticket for Toby’s Garden Festival (worth £55)
A copy of No Dig Organic Home and Garden
A copy of The Creative Kitchen
A No Dig mug
A No Dig fabric bag
The VIP experience includes:
Entrance to the Garden Festival
All-Day access to the VIP area
Complimentary glass of fizz
Morning tea, coffee and pastries
All-day soft drinks
Canapes and light buffet lunch
Goody Bag courtesy of Hawksmoor Investment Management
Find out more here – you can buy VIP tickets for a truly special day out by following this link too. I am very much looking forward to the canapés and fizz!
Toby’s Garden Festival is a really lovely day out for all of the family with a great line up of speakers, workshops, stalls, entertainment and a really fantastic selection of food stalls!
Regular festival tickets for Friday and Saturday are for sale on the festival website here @ £10 per day in advance (under 12s free) and are also available to buy at the gate.
How to enter:
Like this post and comment below, saying what your favourite vegetable to grow or eat is. The winner will be chosen at random and notified at around 6pm on Wednesday 1st May 2019 by email.
By entering you agree to the Terms and Conditions below.
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Terms and Conditions:
Please only enter this competition if you can get to Powderham Castle on Saturday 4th May 2019.
The prize is for the VIP ticket and no dig goody bag only, you need to make your own travel arrangements.
The Goody Bag prize is for collection from my stall at Toby’s Garden Festival in person only. I regret that I am unable to post it.
The prize is not transferable to any other date, event or festival.
Winner will be selected randomly at around 6pm on Wednesday 1st May 2019.
The festival has excellent accessibility and facilities, find out more here.
For more information about Toby’s Garden Festival, the line up, facilities, tickets, how to get there and everything else you need to know, please visit their website.
15 thoughts on “Win Toby’s Garden Festival VIP Ticket and No Dig Goody Bag”
I love all veg, but Celeriac is one of my favourites and I grow them on my allotment. They are a bit tricky to germinate and some years my sowings haven’t been successful or the young plants have been eaten by slugs, leaving me feeling bereft – and very envious of all the other people growing and eating theirs! It’s such a wonderful, seasonal treat – the soft, earthy texture and flavour. Great mashed or made into soup.
It has to be Beetroot ,love it
We love trying to have a go at growing anything, but We love growing onions best 🌰🌰🌰🌶️🥒🥦🥔🌽🥕🐌🌻🌼🐝
Hello Rachel – you have won. I have emailed you so if you haven’t received it get in touch with me via Contact Me on this site to arrange
Beetroot. Such a versatile vegetable, savoury, sweet, raw or cooked, roots and leaves, pretty on the table and in the garden and so easy to grow.
We love growing beef tomatoes both in the greenhouse and in the allotment. Last year we were having them on ciabatta bread with garlic and homegrown garlic and basil. Lovely!!
All green beans. Have some Moonlight in the poly tunnel that come up every year. Must be 7 or more years old
Globe artichokes, easy to grow, beautiful architectural plant and delicious!
Love to grow & eat chillis 🌶🌶🌶
My favourite vegetable to grow are Broad Beans (always my grandad’s favourite
Potatoes! There’s so many varieties and so many different ways to cook them.
Squash – so delicious and satisfying to grow 🧡💚 small ones, big ones, orange ones, blue ones. Love them all ❤️❤️❤️
Pumpkins/Winter Squash for their ability to store and their range of uses and flavours
Love sweet potatoes and butternut squash
Tomatoes in my polytunnel for roasting with my garlic then bottling xx