Patch of the day is sponsored by Ransomes Turf

#patchoftheday sponsor Ransomes

Patch of the day is sponsored by Ditton Services

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#patchoftheday Patch of the day is back for it's 4th year

on the 21st of March 2022.

Each week on Twitter, Jimmy the Mower runs a competition called 'Patch of the day'. To enter you simply need to tweet a photograph of your freshly mown grass at home or work along with the hashtag #patchoftheday and one entry will be chosen at random at approximately 8pm each Monday. The winner will receive a hat and stickers (or similar prize)

The current sponsors of #patchoftheday are 

Ransomes Turf and Ditton Services



Who can enter? - anyone can enter #patchoftheday, the turf community welcomes all!


What can I enter? - we have had residential gardens entered, open public spaces, council pitches, local cricket clubs, golf courses, public schools, premier league football pitches - if it's grass and you've cut it, you can enter it.


How many times can I enter? - You can enter Patch of the day as often as you cut grass, whether that's once a week or every day.


I have previously won, can I enter? - Yes of course, please continue to enter #patchoftheday and be part of the patch of the day community. Winners are chosen at random so you do have a chance of winning again too.

What happens if I post my entry after 8pm on Monday? - It will be included in the #patchoftheday draw the following week.

Did you see my photo? Please make sure your twitter post include both your photo AND the hashtag #patchoftheday to make sure your entry is counted in the patch of the day draw.

Terms and conditions

  • The #patchoftheday contest is open to everyone aged 18+

  • Multiple entries are allowed and encouraged

  • Prizes can and may be substituted

  • By submitting your photograph with the hashtag #patchoftheday Jimmy the Mower and the sponsors of the competition may share your post and photo across other social media platforms and websites unless you ask us not to.