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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. Louise

    I would get the billyoh budget cabin and use it as a quiet get away from the busy-ness of the house where I can practice my knitting and sewing in peace. Bliss!

  2. Meredith Hansard

    Definitely one of the BillyOh ones – I could sit at the bottom of the garden and read or do some papercutting in the light of all those windows, looking out at all the flowers and vegetables (lets pretend the slugs don’t exist in this version of reality…)

  3. Barbara

    What a great selection. The Finnforest ones are all lovely! I wouldn’t want anything too big or it would become a dumping ground for the overspill from our garage and start acquiring garden furniture, cardboard boxes, unwanted golf clubs, cricket bats …

  4. Darlene Pieh

    I would like the FOREST GARDEN ALDERLEY LOG CABIN #713/8140
    I WOULD HAVE IT PUT ON MY FAMILIES PROPERTY SO I COULD HAVE A PLACE TO LIVE.A PLACE TO CALL HOME,MY HOME AND I WOULD BE CLOSER TO HELP TAKE CARE OF MY FAMILY.

  5. Finnforest Valo Log Cabin would be my choice I think – a good size for some seating, a little stove and just a couple of friends

  6. Rachel Lucas

    I would love the Billyoh so I could spend even more time in my garden out of the rain, watching the wildlife all nice & snug ah that would be heaven 🙂

  7. Sarah Garth

    I would love the Kestrel Corner log cabin and would shelve the back walls and have all our books in there, 2 comfy chairs and a log burning stove.

  8. janerowena

    Finnforest jarvi log cabin – then I would put bunk beds in it and let my grandchildren camp out in it at the far end of my garden. They want to use a tent, but I would be happier if they were in a cabin whilst in my care.

  9. I have a spot just perfect for the kestrel corner cabin….

  10. adsum

    I’d go for the BillyOh Budget. We need to replace our current shed, which is so shaky that we daren’t go into it, and just lean in gingerly to extract things (and even more gingerly when replacing them).

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