Competition: Win Homebase vouchers as Orpington store re-opens tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 07:00 22 August 2013 | UPDATED: 10:11 22 August 2013

Win £60 to spend at Homebase by entering the competition below.

Win £60 to spend at Homebase by entering the competition below.


Circus acts are coming to Orpington this bank holiday to mark the re-opening of Homebase.

The store, in Main Road, will open from 7am tomorrow (Friday) and is offering 25 per cent discounts until noon, dropping to 15 per cent over Saturday and Sunday.

Jugglers, stilt walkers, balloon makers and face painters will be in-store from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, with Spud the Dulux Dog visiting on Monday from 10am.

The store has undergone a major refit with a new decorating centre, plus a newly laid out garden centre - featuring grow your own, plant and building zones.

Store manager Craig Parris said: “The store looks fantastic and we expect it to be a massive hit with customers. I would encourage everyone to come down and have a look at the new store format; you’re bound to walk out of the store with a new idea for your home.

“We have various new features including a decorating centre, new-look lighting and home area, a carpet shop, made-to-measure curtains, and a garden advice centre to name a few.”

To celebrate Homebase, who sell around 38,000 products for the home and garden, are giving two lucky winners the chance to win £60 of vouchers to help create a home you will love. All you have to do is answer this simple question:

Q: How many products do Homebase sell?

A: 18,000, B:28,000, C: 38,000

Send your answers by email to Entry closes on Tuesday, August 27 at 1pm.

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