*Competition now closed *
Thank you to everyone who entered and best of luck! Winner will be announced later today.
We are very excited to launch our Late Summer Thorndown Giveaway worth over £200!
You can win a beautiful Cotswold Garden Arch made by Hutton Garden Products, a 2.5 litre tin of our gorgeous Wood Paint in the colour of your choice, and a pair of Harris T-Class Delta 1″ and 3″ brushes, perfect for painting this fabulous product and giving it the finish it deserves.
As summer growth starts to wane and the garden is nicely settled, this is the perfect time of year to get creative and install this wonderful feature in your garden or terrace. Good luck!!
• A beautiful hand-crafted Hutton Cotswold Garden Arch
• A 2.5 litre tin of Thorndown Wood Paint in the colour of your choice
• A pair of Harris T-Class Delta paint brushes in the 1″ and 3″ size options
- Follow @ThorndownPaints on Instagram, Facebook or both
- Like the competition post
- Tag a friend in comments and say what colour you’d choose to paint your Cotswold Arch
Alternatively you can enter by signing up to the Thorndown monthly newsletter where all new subscribers within the competition period will be entered into the competition.
- Competition run by Thorndown Ltd.
- The competition runs from Thursday 22nd August to Thursday 5th September 2019
- Competition closes at midnight on Thursday 5th September
- You must be 18 years old or above and live in the UK
- Winner will be chosen at random and announced on Friday 6th September
- Prizes will be delivered FREE to 1 UK mainland address
- This competition is not affiliated with Instagram or Facebook
Hutton Garden Products manufacture a wonderful range of timber garden products. They are available from garden centres and timber merchants nationwide. You can view their full range on their website and call them on 01452 760994 to find out where your nearest stockist is.
We teamed up with them this summer on a shoot at The Bishop’s Palace in Wells to showcase their new products for the 2019/20 season, painted up with Thorndown Wood Paint. A selection of the photos below show just how beautiful they are!