Mr Fothergill’s launches social media competition

Company: Mr Fothergill’s

Mr Fothergill’s are encouraging gardeners to grow the NEW Pudsey Wildlife Attracting Flower Mix and upload pictures of their progress and final results (tagged with #growforpudsey) to Facebook and Instagram, for a chance to win gardening goodies worth £100.

Each packet of the mix contains a selection of hardy and half-hardy annuals and perennials and can be sown directly into a flower bed, metre square plot or a large container. As well as providing a colourful display, the specially chosen varieties will also encourage beneficial wildlife into the garden.

Helen Clayton, Brand Manager at Mr Fothergill’s said: “We are always delighted to support BBC Children in Need and what better way to do this than getting our customers to grow their own Pudsey flower patch to bring nature into the garden, for a chance to win a prize. Now that Spring is here and Easter is on the horizon, it’s a great opportunity to get kids to enjoy growing too!”

Mr Fothergill’s Pudsey Wildlife Attracting Flower Mix (RRP £2.99) is available to buy from local garden centres, B&M or online. 30p from each product sold will benefit BBC Children in Need.

Competition Details

There are 10 prize bundles to be won, each consisting of a selection of products from Mr Fothergill’s Seeds and Darlac Tools, worth a total of £100 (RRP).

To enter the competition participants must purchase a packet of Mr Fothergill’s Pudsey Wildlife Attracting Flower Mix and upload pictures, to social media, of the seed mix growing at various stages, using the hashtag #growforpudsey. Entries via Facebook should also tag Mr Fothergill’s using the following handle @MrFothergills

All pictures must be uploaded by 1st September 2024. The competition is open to all UK mainland residents of 18 years or over. Terms and conditions apply and are available to view at

Please note: This competition is neither owned nor sponsored by BBC Children in Need. BBC Children in Need are in no way responsible for this competition.

Further information on BBC Children in Need can be found at

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