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Claim two free 13cm tomato plants from Homebase when you buy The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday 29 May 2011. Choose from 17 different varieties.
With the risk of frost now passed, it is the perfect time to plant tomatoes in your garden. To help get you started, Homebase has partnered with The Sunday Telegraph to offer readers an exclusive opportunity to claim two free 13cm tomato plants from your local Homebase store.
Homebase sells hundreds of thousands of tomato plants each year and offers a huge variety for you to choose from including mini Italian plum, cherry, beefsteak and tumbling varieties which are perfect for hanging baskets.
The exclusive Sunday Telegraph voucher covers 17 varieties of 13cm tomato plants which are ready to be planted straight away into grow bags, pots or directly into the garden, making them perfect for a novice grower.
To find out more visit http://www.homebase.co.uk
or visit your local Homebase store.
How to claim
To claim your two free tomato plants, simply buy The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday, May 29, 2011, take your voucher into stores and choose two from 17 varieties available in store.
Plants are redeemable at check-out.
Closing date is June 4, 2011.
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Royal British Legion: Join The Great Poppy Party Weekend with a free poppy party pack
Join the Royal British Legion in celebrating their 90th anniversary and host a poppy party this June with your free pack*, worth £9.
The Royal British Legion is inviting the nation to join The Great Poppy Party Weekend, a three-day summer celebration of the charity’s 90th Anniversary year, to help raise £1 million for our Armed Forces.
Party organisers can get Poppy Party Packs from the Legion, which include all the essentials to kick off a great event such as invitation cards, napkins and tablecloth as well as a frisbee.
The Great Poppy Party Weekend will take place on 10th, 11th and 12th June 2011 and people nationwide are being encouraged to be as creative as possible with their party ideas.
There is a £1,000 prize for the most unusual party location, with some inventive ideas already planned including a party at the Halley Research Centre in Antarctica, the iconic Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth and on top of Pen Y Fan Mountain in Wales.
Raising vital funds
The Legion is also asking party organisers to think of imaginative ways of raising vital funds to support our Armed Forces family.
Whether it’s asking people to donate at the entrance or through a raffle, all the money raised from the Great Poppy Party Weekend will go towards meeting the Legion’s overall target of raising £90 million in its 90th Anniversary year.
The Legion’s Director General Chris Simpkins said the charity’s work is crucial to helping the ‘Afghan generation’ of the Armed Forces family in its 90th year.
“We have made a £50 million funding commitment to pay for The Royal British Legion Battle Back Centre and the operating costs of a wider Personnel Recovery Capability for ten years,” Mr Simpkins said.
“The Battle Back Centre will be a national centre of excellence for activity based rehabilitation to help wounded, injured and sick Armed Forces personnel regain their fitness and return to duty, or reskill and make a successful transition to civilian life. We are honoured to commit £50 million, the Legion’s biggest single funding commitment in 90 years, towards these invaluable projects, which will be conducted in partnership with Help for Heroes and the Ministry of Defence."
The whole recovery programme will help around 800 wounded, injured and long-term sick Service personnel each year between 2011 and 2021.
For further information about the Great Poppy Party Weekend and to register your party, please visit The Great Poppy Party Weekend website or call 01722 714937.
Poppy Party Packs can be purchased at http://www.poppyshop.org.uk
or by calling 0300 123 9110.
*Postage of £3.95 required
Paper about £2