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Towergate Wildlife Bundle Competition

For Care Home Open Week 2021, we are launching a prize draw to gift five care homes a bird watching kit that includes a bird box, a camera and a bird table.

Celebrating care homes

Our team of care experts have been providing the sector with insurance solutions for nearly 40 years and we want to celebrate just how important care homes are.

We want to celebrate the fantastic places that care homes are: we are committed to championing the care sector and will continue to raise awareness of the vital role carers make and work with our partners and clients to do this. 

Enter for your chance to win a bird watching kit

To enter, all you need to do is comment on our FacebookTwitter or LinkedIn channels how your staff and residents would benefit from winning.

Post your entry by 30 July 2021 for a chance to win!


Birds At Feeder

Terms and conditions

5 wildlife bundles are on offer for 5 winners. No monetary alternative will be given. The competition is only open to care homes within the UK. Entries to the prize draw will be submitted by sharing why the bundle would be beneficial to your care home via email or social media. Entry closes 30 July 2021, with 5 winners picked by Towergate and Care England and will be notified within 14 days.

This is a marketing article by Towergate Insurance.

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