Design a Secret Garden Competition
Unlock your imagination with our new partnership to celebrate the release of The Secret Garden, a Sky Original (in cinemas and on Sky Cinema October 23).
The competition is now closed!
We are delighted to offer this exciting opportunity for young gardeners and visionaries to take part in an exclusive competition.
We would like young people to imagine they have discovered the gates to a hidden, secret garden and to let us know what it looks like.
They can choose how they would like to showcase their garden. Perhaps they would like to draw or paint their design, create a collage or model, or even plant up a miniature version of it.
Star of the film, Dixie Egerickx, also has a very special message for any budding Secret Garden designers:
Our very special panel of judges, including Dixie Egerickx, will be picking their favourite garden based on the design and reasons behind it. The winner will have the chance to see their garden, or elements of it, brought to life either in their school or in their community.
The winner and runners up will each win movie goody bags, which include a copy of ‘The Secret Garden: The Story of the Movie’ book, provided by HarperCollins Children’s Books.
Plus, one lucky competition entrant will win 100 copies of ‘The Secret Garden: The Story of the Movie’ book for their school. Please note, this prize draw is seperate to the main competition.
Terms & Conditions and Privacy
Click here to read the full terms and conditions for this competition.
Entrants, parents and guardians should be aware that the information submitted (name, age, school/group etc.) of the winner and five runners up will be retained by the RHS permanently for purposes of archiving in the public interest. The data will be used in RHS and Campaign for School Gardening communications, as well as our partner Sky's communications in connection with the competition. It is the responsibility of the adult applicant to ensure the young person entering the competition is not subject to child protection or safeguarding restrictions. For those young people not selected as the winner or a runner up, their personal data will be deleted within 30 days of the announcement of the competition results.