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Vote for Waltons in the UK Blog Awards 2017

6th December 2016

We are excited to reveal that Waltons has been entered into the 2017 UK Blog Awards in the Green and Eco category. Help us celebrate by voting for us before Monday 19th December!

The UK Blog Awards was founded to recognise excellent content published by individuals and companies. Your vote could help us get through to the next stage.

To vote for Waltons, simply head to: blogawardsuk.co.uk/ukba2017/entries/waltons. All you need to do is enter your name and email address.

Voting's open now, and closes on Monday 19th December at 10.00am.

Why vote for Waltons?

The Waltons blog is a place to inspire readers to make the most of their garden buildings and outside space. We share gardening news, recycling tips and practical advice from planning permission to inspirational posts on how to transform humble garden buildings into places of luxury.

We will be up against other bloggers who are passionate about the environment, sustainability, and outdoor life.

Your vote for Waltons will help us reach, inspire and encourage others to spend more time outdoors and help support eco-friendly projects.

Judging and results

UK blog awards 2017
Michael Perry and Janey Lee Grace, The 2017 UK Blog Awards Green and Eco category judges
Image source: mrplantgeek/flickr

The top eight blog entries from each category will be announced on 2nd January 2017. The finalists will then be put forward to a panel of expert industry judges on 1st February. The blogs will be judged on design, style, content, marketing and usability.

Judges for the Green and Eco category will include Michael Perry, the author of Mr Plant Geek. He was named in the top 20 most influential horticulturalists by The Sunday Times.

Janey Lee Grace from BBC Radio 2 will also be sitting on the panel. She is the author of five books on holistic living, and runs the blog www.imperfectlynatural.com.

We are really proud of our blog and we would really appreciate your vote to help Waltons inspire others.

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