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Friday, 8 April 2011

Workshop Heaven Spring Prize Draw

1st Prize: a one week training course with award winning Cabinetmaker Marc Fish

Runner up Prizes:

The Draw will take place on the 28th May at YOKBII

Competition Terms and Conditions:

  • For every £10 spent on the website while the prize draw is running (8th April 2011 to 25th May 2011) we will put another ticket into the hat (if you don't want to be entered please let us know via the shipping comments box).

  • Free entry: just click the link on the homepage of the Workshop Heaven website and enter your name and contact details. Being on our mailing list does not mean that you are automatically entered for the competition, you need to submit your details again to enter.

  • One prize per entrant (i.e. In the event of the same person being drawn for two prizes the second prize will be drawn again).

  • Any information gathered during the competition will be shared by Workshop Heaven Ltd and Marc Fish only.

  • Prizewinners will be contacted by email after the draw. Prizes will be shipped free of charge to countries within our normal free shipping for orders over £100 policy. For any prizes shipped beyond these countries the winner must pay shipping fees.

  • 1st prize includes training but not accommodation or transport, Marc will be happy to recommend suitable B&B's in the area.

  • No cash alternatives available.

Good Luck!

1 comment:

  1. Matthew,

    Love the idea of the prize. Your site is still great and the goods are as well. I have noticed (you have too no doubt) that other sites now have craftsmen to sign up to a tutorial - for a small price, have you thought about this? I have done a course (at Axminster) to tune up my planes and it was 'heaven' (sorry).

    Some may say that the site could be better visually but I think it is good, I particularly like the range of products and the quality. The Chinese planes are a good example; you have done your homework and know that they are good, as an example.

    Have you thought about attending 'Talking Tools' at Axminster or other events - I went to Yandles last weekend - a nightmare sans car - but still worth a visit. I am sure that I am not the only one who loves using hand as opposed to power tools and love to see the people there.

    Hope the business is OK at this time.


    John Wood