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ENTER OUR PASSIONATE PLOTTER COMPETITION 2018

We arecontinuing our annual search to find our most passionate plotter.Ifyou love your plot, just fill in the form, send us a few pictures and you could win some great prizes.

YOU COULD WIN

A stylish Mountfield SP53 mower with a powerful 160cc Mountfield OHV engine and large diameter wheels for easy handling, this 51cm self-propelled mower is a real pleasure to use.

Cutting height is easy to adjust within the 27-90mm range using an ergonomic single lever. A front skid plate helps to minimise scalping and improve the cut. The extra-deep deck is designed to maximise airflow for optimum cutting and collection performance.

Clippings can be collected in the large 60-litre collector or you can choose to mulch, recycling grass clippings back into the ground using the mulching plug supplied.

As well as benefiting from a two-year warranty this mower is supported by an aftersales help and advice website, phone line and national service network of garden machinery repair specialists.

Third-placed prizewinner 2017, Adrian Read of Northallerton, North Yorkshire
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