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Tell us how you live and love the countryside and win with Jack Murphy

PUBLISHED: 11:04 03 September 2012 | UPDATED: 22:04 21 February 2013

Tell us how you live and love the countryside and win with Jack Murphy

Tell us how you live and love the countryside and win with Jack Murphy

If you live and love the countryside we want to know about it.


Weve teamed up with Jack Murphy, designers, manufacturers and purveyors of irresistibly Irish country & lifestyle clothing to uncover what it is people love most about the countryside.

Where do you go, what do you do when you get there and what do you wear? Are you new to the countryside or is it in your DNA? Is there something from your childhood that comes alive every time you get out into the great outdoors? If, like Jack Murphy fans, you walk the talk when it comes to country living - whether its a relaxing ride traversing Britains bridleways, picnicking in the park with friends, or maybe its a shooting weekend near Inverness, a day at the Dundalk races or fishing on the Tay that floats your boat - we want to know what the countryside means to you and why you love it.

Countryside Life / Great British Life readers who complete the survey will have the chance to win a Jacket from Jack Murphys irresistible AW12 collection. The Jack Murphy offering for this coming Autumn/Winter is arguably its most opulent and eclectic collection yet, with different textures, prints and patterns combined to stunning effect throughout. Accented by chunky cable knits, iconic tweeds, opulent faux fur, elegant waxes and classic country quilts the range is defined by its contemporary twist on much-loved classic styles. Jack Murphy strives to design and create truly distinctive pieces inspired by the beautiful but challenging Irish landscape because they believe that you should look as good as you feel.

If yours is the first name drawn, as well as a Jack Murphy jacket, you will also win a years subscription to your local Archant Life title.

So delay no longer, click on the link and tell us what you think!

http://www.jackmurphy.eu/uk/competition for the chance to share your countryside views and win!

Weve teamed up with Jack Murphy, designers, manufacturers and purveyors of irresistibly Irish country & lifestyle clothing to uncover what it is people love most about the countryside.

Where do you go, what do you do when you get there and what do you wear? Are you new to the countryside or is it in your DNA? Is there something from your childhood that comes alive every time you get out into the great outdoors? If, like Jack Murphy fans, you walk the talk when it comes to country living - whether its a relaxing ride traversing Britains bridleways, picnicking in the park with friends, or maybe its a shooting weekend near Inverness, a day at the Dundalk races or fishing on the Tay that floats your boat - we want to know what the countryside means to you and why you love it.

Countryside Life / Great British Life readers who complete the survey will have the chance to win a Jacket from Jack Murphys irresistible AW12 collection. The Jack Murphy offering for this coming Autumn/Winter is arguably its most opulent and eclectic collection yet, with different textures, prints and patterns combined to stunning effect throughout. Accented by chunky cable knits, iconic tweeds, opulent faux fur, elegant waxes and classic country quilts the range is defined by its contemporary twist on much-loved classic styles. Jack Murphy strives to design and create truly distinctive pieces inspired by the beautiful but challenging Irish landscape because they believe that you should look as good as you feel.

If yours is the first name drawn, as well as a Jack Murphy jacket, you will also win a years subscription to your local Archant Life title.

So delay no longer, click on the link and tell us what you think!
http://www.jackmurphy.eu/uk/competition for the chance to share your countryside views and win!


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