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DIY Week Awards 2018: There’s still time to enter

Published: 26 January 2018

The deadline for entry to the DIY Week Awards is next week –  don’t miss your chance to enter, when all it takes is just three easy steps to put your business, initiative or team forward for an award.

Entry for the DIY Week Awards is still open but the deadline is fast approaching, with entries due on Wednesday, January 31. But, fear not, the entry process is so quick and simple, you still have time to get your business, initiative or team in the running for the 2018 awards.

For retailer entries, it is a simple three-step process completed online. You simply need to:

  1. Enter your company details, including name, address, type of business and number of stores
  2. Write a statement about the business, initiative or team you are entering, detailing developments or achievements
  3. Upload supporting images  

After you that, you just hit ‘send’.

There is the option to save the form as you go if you get interrupted and need to come back to it at another stage and any questions should be answered on our website at but you can direct any queries to DIY Week editor Fiona Garcia at

Retailers, we know you are busy but don’t miss out on the opportunity to showcase your business and colleagues on a fantastic industry platform.

Now is the time to have your team’s hard work recognised and applauded by peers across the home improvement and garden retail industry. Don’t delay, visit and get your entry underway.




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