Winners of The Alan Titchmarsh Show competition visit ITV studios
On Tuesday 12th March, the lucky winners of our Alan Titchmarsh Show competition claimed their prize and spent the afternoon watching the live show.
We first advertised the competition in our 2013 Spring Catalogue and all customers had to do to enter was order any product from The Alan Titchmarsh Plant Collection. The prize on offer was a pair of tickets to be in the audience of The Alan Titchmarsh Show and a signed copy of Alan’s popular ‘Love Your Garden’ book.
Winners Mr Frank Bradbrook and Miss Vera Mills and their guests travelled to the ITV studios in London to watch the live recording of the programme.
On the show were Henry Winkler of Happy Days fame, comedian Rufus Hound and Jilly, Best in Show winner at Crufts this year.
The winners thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon at the show and Mr Bradbrook said that it was interesting being behind the scenes and seeing how it was all done.
Your chance to win prizes
Our ever-popular photo competitions are now open! There are several categories, including Petunia ‘Purple Tower’, Your Beds and Borders and Your Patio Garden. You could win £250 in Thompson & Morgan vouchers if your photo is chosen as the winner!
Please click here for more details.
Rebecca works in the Marketing department as part of the busy web team, focusing on updating the UK news and blog pages and Thompson & Morgan’s international website. Rebecca enjoys gardening and learning about flowers and growing vegetables with her young daughter.
I would like to. Do my partners mums back garden she is blind how much will it cost
Hi Shane, If you could give me some idea of the size of the garden, sort of soil you have and what type of plants you are hoping to get I will happily try and help you find a cost. We do lots of reduced priced plants at this time of year, and our plant finder may be of some help. Here is the link https://search.thompson-morgan.com/gardenplantfinder This may help give you an idea of the sort of plants which are suitable for your mum in laws garden. If she is blind I would suggest some really nice fragrant plants as these are great for a sensory garden. I look forward to hearing from yo. Kind regards, Wendie