Pilkington Glass Undiscovered Views

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Pilkington Glass Undiscovered Views

09 Aug 2010

Welcome to week two of the Pilkington Activ™ blog – we hope that you enjoyed reading our introductory post. This week we want to let you all know about a fabulous competition we are running. Some of you might have already seen it, it’s called ‘Undiscovered Views’ and it’s a photography competition in conjunction with Ideal Home magazine.

It’s really easy to enter, all we’re asking homeowners to do is share the view from their home – whether that’s a city skyline, a beach, open countryside or an urban street – and 12 winning entries will be unveiled in the Ideal Home 2011 calendar for the whole nation to see. The winners will also receive an annual subscription to the magazine. One overall winner will get their image on the front cover of the calendar, as well as a Canon digital SLR camera. The finished calendar will be available as part of the December issue of Ideal Home magazine.

The competition is open until 21st August, and we have already had some fantastic entries, but it’s not too late, so why don’t you join in by visiting the competition site. The competition is also on the homepage of Ideal Home magazine . You can log on to vote for your favourite view, even if you don’t fancy taking part.

Pilkington Activ™ self-cleaning glass should be considered for all glazing solutions. It has a dual action coating which works in two ways. Firstly it uses daylight, then rainwater to breakdown and wash away organic dirt, continually cleaning itself and helping to provide a cleaner, clearer view. Ultimately, windows look cleaner for longer, what could be better than that! So, if you've got a view worth sharing, why not tell us all about it.

Good luck!

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