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Win a Hunter Carera Fan Bundle Worth £762!

Conservatory Magazine has teamed up with Hunter Fan to offer this prize – a Hunter Carera fan bundle worth £762.  The bundle includes the fan along with a drop rod and light kit.  It also has a remote control.   The competition closes on 1st July so act quick if you wish to enter.  Full text of the competition is below:

Keep cool this summer…

The Hunter Fan Company created its first ceiling fan in 1886 and is now the largest manufacturer of ceiling fans in the World. It has a record for outstanding innovation, quality and is recognised as a top brand worldwide. The company supplies a wide range of fans that are unique and stylish making them perfect for any room.  GGP’s Conservatory Plus has teamed up with

the Hunter Fan Company to give one lucky reader the chance to win a Hunter Carera ceiling fan with a light kit, remote control and 12″ drop rod fan (pictured inset, main image) worth £762. A Hunter ceiling fan is stylish, silent, reliable, environmentally friendly and economical. It gives a wind chill factor of 5ºC and is a much cheaper and fresher alternative to air conditioning. It uses less electricity than a 100W bulb, is wobble free, quiet and comes with a lifetime warranty. In the winter, it can reduce heating bills by operating in reverse, which brings down the hot air trapped under the ceiling, thus reducing energy costs by up to 24%.  Available direct from the Hunter Fan Company. Call: 01256 636509 or visit:


  • Save 95% on cooling costs
  • Save 24% on winter heating costs
  • Provides a fresh gentle breeze
  • Low energy
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Easy to install
  • Save 40% on air conditioning running costs
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Healthier than air conditioning
  • 36 stylish models with seven finishes

For your chance to win, simply answer the question below and email your name and a contact telephone number to:

In what year did Hunter create their first ceiling fan?

A: 1996

B: 1886

C: 1866

Competition closes 1 July 2014