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Win a copy of Annabelle Padwick’s new book

By 1 July, 2020 No Comments

We are proud sponsors of Life at No.27; a gardening therapy organisation dedicated to using the power of gardening to help improve mental health and overall wellbeing. The social enterprise is run by Annabelle Padwick and we have five copies of her latest children’s book to give away.

Reviewed as the book that ‘will get any child into gardening’, YOU CAN grow your own food is full of fun tried and tested activities, as well as plenty of interactive pages for children to make the book their own. Written and designed for children, they can get colouring in, designing their own garden, completing the word search, growing their first veggies, cooking, recording all their growing adventures and ultimately believing in themselves.

Enter using the form below – The closing date is Wednesday 15th July 2020.

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