Broadleaf competition

Here’s your chance to win a Yorkshire Tea hamper containing a year’s supply of Yorkshire Gold, a bee and bug house and a seedling starter set.

(Photo: Tim Preston)


We’re offering Woodland Trust supporters the chance to win one of five bee and bug houses, each worth £20, to encourage crucial pollinators in your garden.

All you have to do is correctly identify what the odd wooden ‘Wotsit’ is on left.

Our autumn competition wotsit was a Good Friday clapper from the Catholic liturgy.

Wild guess

Lucky Woodland Trust supporters have the chance to win one of five seedling starter sets with dibbet, tins and paper potter, great for the green-fingered and worth £30.

To grab yourself the seedling starter set correctly identify the three ‘Wild guess’ pictures below.

The three answers for our autumn edition competition were tawny owl, wild garlic and linnet.

Can you identify the three native species here? All three get a mention in the latest issue of Broafleaf magazine (issue 91). Photos, left to right: WTML/Stuart Cooper, Amy Lewis Photography, WTML.

WoodwordYorkshire tea logo

Win a year’s supply of Yorkshire Gold from Woodland Trust favourite Yorkshire Tea.

Simply complete the Woodword grid then unscramble the eleven-letter anagram hidden in the green-shaded boxes. The mystery word appears somewhere in the winter issue of Broadleaf.

The previous issue's hidden word was: PREDATORS

Send us your answer to this and the other competition questions using the entry form at the bottom of the page. You can also enter the competitions via telephone – please see below.

How to enter

To enter Wotsit, Wild guess or Woodword competitions, call 0330 333 3300. You can enter all three competitions in a single call. Or simply fill the form in below. The closing deadline for entries is 23.59, February 28 2018.

Please read our competition terms and conditions. Don’t forget to submit your answers after reading and good luck!

Broadleaf magazine is published quarterly for members of the Woodland Trust.

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