Earthy sustainable feeders

Win a set of recycled bird feeders from Earthy Sustainable

Win a bird feeder set made from recovered agricultural materials.

Opens Thursday, 23 November, 2023 12:59 pm
Closes Thursday, 4 January, 2024 11:59 am

Globally, abundant agricultural waste is being generated each day to fulfil the increasing demands of the fast growing population. A lot of time energy and water goes into growing agricultural crops, yet much of the crop goes unwanted.

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Earthly Sustainable process this unwanted waste, blending it with resin to create their range of sustainable pots planters, homewares, bird care and pet accessories. These are made using recycled bamboo, straw, coffee, rice hull and nuts. None of these ingredients are grown specifically for them, but are recovered from agricultural waste, thereby minimising the waste, time, energy and water that goes into arable farming.

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Prize details

Earthy sustainable are offering four lucky subscriber the chance to win one of the following selections:

Prize number 1: Bird bath/feeder made with Bamboo, Bird meal worm feeder made with rice hull, Peanut feeder made with rice hull, seed feeder made with rice hull.

Prize number 2: Bird bath/feeder made with bamboo, meal worm feeder made with straw, peanut feeder made with straw, seed feeder made with starw.

Prize number 3: Duel bird bath/feeder made with Coffee husks, suet feeder made with coffee husks, suet ball feeder made with coffee husks, seed feeder made with coffee husks.

Prize number 4: Duel bird bath/feeder made with straw, suet feeder made with straw, suet ball feeder made with straw, seed feeder made with straw.

The closing date for this competition is 11.59am, Thursday 4th January, 2024. The winners will be notified and prize arranged for delivery after this date.

Please read our competition rules before you enter.

Please note that this competition is open to UK residents only, over 18 years of age.

Competition question

Who designed London's iconic St Paul's Cathedral?

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