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Britain's Best Lawn - Winner announced!

14581360_962445647195499_5511775303921035486_nEach year, Briggs & Stratton, the world largest producer of petrol engines for lawn mowers and other outdoor power equipment, search the length and breadth of the UK to find gardeners passionate about their lawns in its Britain’s Best Lawn competition.

Past winners have been dedicated to maintaining their lawn to the highest standard, with one winner spending up to 10 hours a day looking after his lawn!

From the smallest patch to the grandest rounds, Britain’s Best Lawn was open to everyone – the only criteria is a real passion for lawns!  They were looking for lawns of all different shapes and sizes based all over the UK and entries will be judged on the overall quality of the lawn and its features.

They are delighted to announce the winner of Britain's Best Lawn 2016.

Grass Clippings - Britain's Best Lawn Winner 2016 This year's winning lawn is lovingly maintained by Danny Hibbert in Bolton. The judges were amazed by Danny's commitment, the incredible health of the lawn and, of course, the fantastic stripes! 








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