News

Win the chance to have stunning new windows courtesy of Ayrton

Monday, 4th December 2017 @ 13:30



As Harlequins’ new business partner, Ayrton Bespoke is offering Harlequins supporters the chance to enter a prize draw to have completely new windows installed in their home.

Ayrton Bespoke is London’s leading timber replacement window and door company. Established in 1987, they offer a design through to fit service specialising in the accurate replacement of period timber windows and doors. Replacement windows and doors can really enhance your property and provide additional warmth and security.

Please visit this page to be in with a chance of winning.

20171205112233
Ayrton recently met up with Harlequins first team players Rob Buchanan, Joe Gray and Sam Twomey to talk about their interests in property improvement. 

Second row Sam, who is currently refurbishing his house, said, “What I’ve found so interesting in talking to Ayrton is how much variation there is with timber, glazing and paint. Despite the wide range of products, they all look top-quality.”

Rob Buchanan was impressed with the way in which Ayrton work, “There is a real sense of teamwork at Ayrton, from enquiry to install they all clearly want to impress their customers and I would recommend them to anyone.”

Joe Gray, who has a keen interest in property development, added, “To be honest I wish I had known about Ayrton before. The multi-fold doors glide beautifully – certainly better than I do!”

Terms and conditions

The prize is based on window value up to £10,000 including VAT and is available to Harlequins supporters who live within the M25 area and who have registered their interest with Ayrton Bespoke via the form at this website. The draw will take place on Wednesday 31st January 2018. The winner will be asked to participate in some promotional activity with Harlequins and Ayrton.


Harlequins Vice-Captain Dave Ward following defeat to Ulster Rugby in the European Rugby Champions Cup.

Harlequins back rower Renaldo Bothma following the 5-17 defeat to Ulster Rugby.

Catching up with Karl Dickson

7th December 2017

Watch now as we catch up with Karl Dickson to discuss his transition from player to referee