We are very pleased to announce that we are launching a brand new Facebook page for friends and fans of Bulldog Tools.
The Bulldog Tools Garden Club is an interactive page where visitors can engage with our special features on all things gardening and Bulldog Tools.
This new club will feature lots of news and information about gardening and the horticultural industry as well as details about our tools and how we make them. We will also be running regular competitions and draws for the chance to win free Bulldog Tools and other gardening goodies!
We hope that our followers will use the page to send us pictures and stories about their own gardens, gardening projects and of course we would love to see lots of photos of their old and new Bulldog Tools! Followers will also be very welcome to add their own gardening advice and tips to the page and we hope that many of you will enjoy using the page to discuss horticulture’s hot topics with like-minded gardeners. We will be adding regular product reviews, technological developments and helpful advice on how to take care of and get the best out of your tools plus images of our stands at the RHS Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Shows.
And finally, please remember that the Bulldog Tools Garden Club Facebook page is totally interactive so you are always very welcome to add your own views, comments, ideas and questions to the page and we promise we will read them all! So, the next time you need a rest from all that weeding, pruning and digging, why not make yourself a cuppa, put your feet up and join us on Facebook?
To visit the Bulldog Tools Garden Club simply click here.
Please note: You don’t need to be registered with Facebook to view the page, but to comment on our posts, enter competitions, ask questions and talk to other members you will need to have a Facebook account. This is very simple and can be done in a few easy steps:
1. Go to www.facebook.com
2. If you can see the ‘Create an Account’ form on this page, fill out your name, email address or phone number, password, birthday and gender (if you don’t see this form, click on the ‘Sign Up’ icon and then fill out the form).
3. Click the ‘Create an Account’ button.
Contrary to popular misconception, this is all the information you need to provide to Facebook (although if you want to you can give much, much more) and you can even use a nickname if you wish to keep a low profile! Having a Facebook account will allow you to fully engage with all the features of the page and don’t forget, if you do join Facebook please take the trouble to ‘like’ us and all our future posts will appear on your timeline.