Sue Ryder Bench and Doorstop Group


Sue Ryder Bench and Doorstop Group

This group is for our Sue Ryder Bench and Doorstop Competition.

We're offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pretty Metal Two Seater Lucia Antique White Bench plus a cute Red Teapot Doorstop from Sue Ryder.

Just tell us why you would like to win the prize in the Text Box below. The best entry will win the Bench and Doorstop from Sue Ryder.

This competition opens on 1st April.

Members: 37
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2017

Win a Bench and Doorstop from Sue Ryder

Welcome to the Sue Ryder Bench and Doorstop Group.

This month we're offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pretty Metal Two Seater Lucia Antique White Bench plus a cute Red Teapot Doorstop from Sue Ryder.

Just tell us why you would like to win the prize and add your reasons in the 'Comment Wall' below.
The best entry will win the prize.
This competition opens on 1st April 2017
Good Luck!


Comment Wall

Comment by Bambi123 on April 1, 2017 at 10:56

I don't have a garden but I could put this lovely little bench outside my home and it would give me the opportunity to sit outside which would be lovely,  I also have a pet parrotlet and she loves to sit on top of a little cage placed on the windowsill and look out of the window at the sunshine, I'd be able to take her outside in her cage with me, to sit on the new bench and get some fresh air.

Comment by Bridgetj on April 1, 2017 at 11:27
I have a small garden in a small village which tries very hard to win best kept village. This bench would enhance my front garden and give me a place to sit and allow me to watch the world go by.
Comment by Ray39 on April 1, 2017 at 16:09

This would be great just to sit and chat with neighbours

Comment by newfield on April 1, 2017 at 19:30

This would be a lovely addition to my garden, I'm going to have my granddaughter staying for the next 3 months, she has a lot of studying to do so this would be ideal for her to use ( plenty of room to put her papers/computer beside her while studying, ideal for visitors inside or out, love a door stop mine are getting rather worn with age.

Comment by Sjwfrance on April 2, 2017 at 10:30

This bench is just beautiful.  We've been looking for something like this for some time.  My Mum suggested we get one of these the summer before we lost her to cancer and she'd pencilled stars on a few in the Sunday supplements.  The thing is my Mum loved the sunshine - as does my eldest son - only my son has profound special needs and has to sit with support unless he's in his wheelchair.  My Mum suggested that with a lover's seat or small bench we can sit outside in the sunshine with him and support him, in comfort, in a hug, without him being restricted in his wheelchair ... which is why this bench would be just perfect!  Oh and the doorstop too.  We have to carry ours from room to room to wedge the doors open when we're guiding my son from room to room in his wheelchair - so a new doorstep would be a welcome addition to our home. 

Comment by Catherine Warburton on April 2, 2017 at 23:01

My neighbours both sides often come for afternoon tea, in the summer we sit out in my little garden. All I have is shabby plastic chairs & I long to have a posh tea time with them. This set would be a joy to have and I shall no longer have to offer a plastic chair.They both could sit in glorious style!

Comment by snowblue on April 3, 2017 at 0:47

I've lived in this house for 20 years but the garden has always been a disaster.  The drainage was terrible and the soil just turned to sludge.  It was never pleasant to sit in the garden.

I got the garden drainage sorted and got it landscaped last September.  It took my savings to pay for it so I'm saving now for seating so I can sit in my garden and enjoy it! 

This bench would be perfect and give me plenty of happy days with my book enjoying the garden!

Comment by Jenifer-Mary Pettitt on April 3, 2017 at 7:19

I have a large beautiful garden filled with flowers, shrubs& fruit bushes & trees. However my plastic chairs are very scruffy. Because they became discoloured I painted them green & at first they looked great but now the paint is peeling off. I put plants & fruit on a table at my gate for donations for HELP FOR HEROES.If my old chairs were replaced with this stunning bench more people passing by might pause to look & make donations for plants & fruit!!!

Comment by Sandi on April 3, 2017 at 7:45
I would sit on the bench in my garden and appreciate all the positives of being an older person.
Comment by Luckygirl on April 3, 2017 at 8:49
My husband has been retired 5 years and his garden is his passion. In fact it probably ranks higher than me!
He has had Bi Polar for 30 years which is controlled by medication.He loves the outdoors so spends all the daylight hours he can outside when weather permits.
I would love this exquisite bench so my husband and I can sit and admiring his beautiful garden.
We could use the quirky teapot doorstop to prop the door open to the garden. I'm sure my granddaughter would be amused by the teapot and would be making pretend tea for nanna!

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