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Win a Grand Hall Maxim 423 Gas BBQ from Groves Nurseries

PUBLISHED: 12:14 18 August 2014

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The award-winning Groves Nurseries, based in Bridport West Dorset was recently voted one of the Top 50 Garden Centres in the UK by The Independent newspaper. As you would expect there is everything on their six acre site for both the garden and outdoor living.

It’s truly a gardener’s delight and Groves’ reputation for quality plus competitive prices make them the leading garden centre in the area. They also have a popular café and lots of gifts and unusual presents plus a great pet shop. If you can’t get to Groves in person then you can buy a wide range of their plants and products on line by visiting grovesnurseries.co.uk.

Whatever the passionate gardener is looking for Groves are bound to stock it. At their West Bay Road site you can buy essential gardening products such as tools to canes, hardware to shrubs. And their smaller nursery, Little Groves on Tunnel Road in Beaminster, specialises in herbs and aromatic plants. Groves also stock a wide range of stylish garden furniture, greenhouses, unusual pots and planters, garden lighting and barbecues.

If you are looking for a new barbecue there is a fantastic range to browse at Groves – from portable barbecues to sizzle steaks or fish over glowing embers on the beach to the latest gas barbecues ideal for a summer garden party. Gas fired barbecues, with their powerful controllable burners, give a great cooking performance and we have a Grand Hall Maxim 423 Gas BBQ to give away in our competition.

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Grand Hall Maxim 423 Gas BBQ

• 4 burners and an infrared side burner

• lower storage cabinet for practicality

• easily moveable with wheels

• turn your BBQ grill into an oven with the hood

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To have a chance of winning all you have to do is answer this question.

Groves hold the national collection of two types of violets – one is the sweet violet. What is the other?

Clue: Look at Groves website grovesnurseries.co.uk

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For your chance to win this fantastic gas barbecue, simply send your answer along with your name and full contact details, quoting code DOR14GN in the subject line, to competitions@dorsetmagazine.co.uk. Alternatively post your answer, with your name and full contact details to Groves Nurseries Competition, Dorset Magazine, c/o Katie Tait, Archant House, Oriel Road, Cheltenham, GL50 1BB. Competition closes at midday, Friday, August 22, 2014.

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Groves, West Bay Road, Bridport, DT6 4BA; 01308 422654; Garden@grovesnurseries.co.uk

Little Groves, Tunnel Road, Beaminster, DT8 3HB, 01308 862030, littlegroves@grovesnurseries.co.uk

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Terms and conditions: Competition closes at midday, Friday, August 22, 2014. The winner will be the first entry selected at random from all correct entries received and notified within 14 days of the competition closing date. No cash alternative. No purchase necessary. Employees and relatives of Archant, the prize providing company and associated companies are not eligible to enter. Entries that are illegible, received after the closing date or not in accordance with all terms and conditions will be disqualified. The winner’s contact details will be passed to the company providing the prize in order for the prize to be arranged direct. The decision of the editor is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The winner must be willing to take part in post-event publicity if necessary. In the event of the advertised prize being unavailable for whatever reason, Archant is not responsible and is not required to offer a prize of equal or greater value. UK entries only. Full Archant terms and conditions can be viewed on the Dorset Magazine website.

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