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Your chance to win a £100 Argos voucher to spend on something for the garden!

marsden log cabin from argos

Marsden log cabin from Argos

It’s time for another Cottage Smallholder Grand Draw. We have linked up with Argos this time and the focus is on their fantastic range of garden log cabins. They are sponsoring the super prize of a £100 Argos gift voucher.

Ever since I read the books by Laura Ingles Wilder as a child, I’ve fancied having my very own log cabin. Danny shares a similar dream and would love a sturdy studio space in the garden which could double as an extra summer bedroom. Knowing Danny, he’d have heating installed in a jiffy and use it as a year round retreat.

Argos has a great range of log cabins and most of them are on sale at the moment. Danny would be happy with the Marsden Log Cabin. I’d prefer the deluxe Forest Garden Bradnor Log Cabin.

If you’d like to enter the grand draw and the chance to win the £100 voucher just leave a comment below about which log cabin you’d chose and why. The voucher can be put towards a log cabin or anything else in the garden section from cloches to power tools.

Good luck everyone!

Cottage Smallholder/Argos Grand Draw Terms and Conditions:
Delivery will be within 28 days of receiving the winner’s address. Prize draw open to customers and non-customers aged 18 or over who are UK residents. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request.
The prize is £100 worth of Argos vouchers and the prize includes postage to winner’s UK address. Promotion runs from Thursday June 28th 2012 to Wednesday July 11th 2012. All entries must be received by 11.59pm on July 11th 2012 BST latest.

The winner will be drawn at random at the end of the promotion. If a prize remains unclaimed after reasonable efforts have been made to contact the winner the promoter will be entitled to dispose of the prize as it sees fit without any liability to the winner for having done so.

Other than the winner’s name and address, your details are not shared with the sponsor or anybody else. We do not keep mailing lists either so there is no risk of spam when you enter.

 


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57 Comments

  1. Jenny

    I would love to have the Finnforest Talo log cabin as it is the sort of thing our family keep talking about building. It would fit across the garden and would have room for all the garden ‘stuff’ whilst having indoor space for everyone to escape from a Lancashire deluge in the middle of the average barbeque

  2. mutley

    Nine out of 10 chickens said in a resent survay that prefered a Marsden log cabin to any other that was in there price range.

    Myself i could make some wooden boxes to the kindeling in.

    Many thanks were in.

  3. Annette Thomas

    I would choose the Marsden Log Cabin, my grand-daughter would love a little garden house of her own 🙂

  4. Steve Whitbread

    The Kestrel Corner Cabin would meet all our needs: perfectly pitched for the smaller garden; just right as an open-fronted tools store cum workshop for my wants and – most important of all – ideal for Her Outdoors who wants a sheltered spot in the garden’s south-east coner, where she can bask in the garden’s evening light and revel in the scents of jasmine and honeysuckle – especially after a long, hard day at work.

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  6. Maxine

    I think that the Forest Garden Alderley Log Cabin is very cute – I can imagine sitting at the bottom of the garden in this, drinking a glass of wine (or two) and if I’ve had too many, I can just sleep there!

  7. Trudie

    I would choose the Marsden Log cabin to enjoy with my six mini daschunds and hubby, it looks great.

  8. debbie finn

    Definitely the Alderley it looks very sturdy to me. That would look rather suave on my allotment probably would develop some shed envy

  9. Cathryn

    I would have a Forest Garden Alderley log cabin, and I would sit in it after a hard day’s gardening, glass of wine in hand, and pretend I was on holiday in Sweden!!

  10. Magic Cochin

    I rather fancy the Kestrel Corner Log Cabin. I’d install it where it would get the last rays of the evening sun, so we could sit there on slightly chilly evenings, sipping wine and wrapped in snuggly blankets.

    In winter we could make it warm and cosy and watch wildlife from the windows.

    And we could inviet you and Danny round for a Pickled Walnut tasting party in the cabin 🙂

    Celia
    xx

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