WIN a ticket to visit Sculpture in the Sanctuary at Reg Taylor’s

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Reg Taylor’s Garden Centre is not just a garden centre, it’s a hidden gem that I would definitely recommend you visit when you have the time. It’s great for finding inspiration for your garden, but it’s so much more than that, especially in the month of August when Sculpture in the Sanctuary comes to its stunning grounds.

From the 1st – 31st August, visitors can enjoy sculptures, large and small, all tucked into Sculpturethe grounds of Reg Taylor’s Garden Centre. Explore several sculptures that are on display from artists spanning the length and breadth of the country and if one takes your fancy, there’s always an option to purchase it so that it can adorn your own home or garden. With five beautiful lakes and nine acres of luscious grounds to explore, Reg Taylor’s makes for a great day out for the family and Sculpture in the Sanctuary makes it even more special for visitors this summer.

To celebrate the launch of Sculpture in the Sanctuary this weekend, we’ve teamed up with Reg Taylor’s to give away 8 tickets to the event. To win one of these tickets, simply fill out the form below and answer the question that follows. The winners will be drawn at midday on Friday 7th August and will be notified the same day. Terms and conditions apply.

Best of luck!

This competition is now closed

Posted on 30 July 2015
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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