Two Conservatories to be won - RRP £15,000 each!

The Daily Mail is offering two lucky readers a beautiful Loggia extension, courtesy of Ultraframe. Add space and value to your home with Loggia, the new concept in extensions, to be unveiled at The National Home Improvement Show, Olympia, London, from September 28 to 30.

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A Loggia combines all the light and space of a conservatory with the thermal and practical benefits of a solid built extension to ensure our new room can be used all year round. From elegant columns to bespoke windows and doors, the Loggia is as individual as you are.

Perhaps you would like a play room, family room, garden room, office or extension to your kitchen. It can also be a stand-alone office or garden room. For more information, visit Ultraframe on stand G88 at The National Home Improvement Show. For tickets to The National Home Improvement Show, visit or call the ticket hotline on 0844 581 0802. Tickets are £8 in advance and £12 on the door. For more details on Ultraframe Loggia extensions, visit

How to Enter:

Every day from August 30 until Sept 10 the Daily Mail will print a token in the Mail and The Mail on Sunday (the first is below). Just collect FIVE differently dated tokens — one must come from The Mail on Sunday — and send them to the address we will print later. All entries must be received by September 17, 2012. They will all be entered into a draw and two winners will be chosen at random.

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Terms & Conditions: UK residents who own their own home only. Prize is two Loggia worth no more than £15,000. If the Loggia  pecified exceeds the competition retail amount of £15,000, the winner(s) is obliged to pay the difference. If planning permission and/or building regulations approval is required to install the Loggia, the winner is wholly responsible for the entire cost associated  with these. If planning permission and/or building regulations approval is declined, another winner will be chosen. Loggia will be provided as soon as reasonably practical. UK domestic property only. No cash alternative. Non-transferable.


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