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WIN tickets to Gardeners’ World Live

Win 3 pairs of tickets of BBC Gardeners' World Live

Three pairs of tickets up for grabs

Here’s a great prize for plant and food lovers – I have three pairs of tickets to win for Gardeners’ World Live and the BBC Good Food Show Summer (any day except Saturday)*.

The show takes place from June 14-17 at Birmingham’s NEC and is packed with show gardens, celebrities and masses of specialist nurseries.

BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre, sponsored by Wyevale Garden Centres, has a line up of experts including Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Alan Titchmarsh (book in advance for £2).

Join the experts

Theatre sponsor Wyevale Garden Centres host sessions at 12.30pm daily, with Professor David Stevens. Seats in these sessions are free but require advance booking.

The Floral Marquee has a host of new exhibitors, experts and displays.

New for this year is Blooming Interiors, hosted by Gardeners’ Question Time regular Matt Biggs, for the ultimate in indoor gardening.

The line-up blends houseplant gurus with demos from the British Florist Association. No need to book seats.

Admission to BBC Good Food Show too

Tickets include FREE general admission to the BBC Good Food Show Summer, taking place in adjacent Halls at the NEC at the same time, packed with speciality producers and live stage demos from top chefs and experts.

To enter, simply retweet #GWLcompetition on Twitter, or share the post on the MandyCanUDigIt Facebook page. The three winners will be picked out of a hat on Tuesday, May 8. UK entries only.

For more information, visit www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com.

*Terms and conditions: Each invitation is valid for two people to attend BBC Gardeners’ World Live and the BBC Good Food Show Summer June 14-17 2018 only on any day except Saturday, subject to availability. Complimentary tickets do not include theatre seats, but can be purchased on the day, subject to availability. Not all experts appear on all days. Details correct at time of print.

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