Wildlife Drawing Competition - Terms & Conditions
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Wildlife Drawing Competition Terms & Conditions
1. You can enter the competition if you are aged 12 years or under and live in the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England). Please ask your parents or guardians before you enter this promotion or give your contact details. You cannot enter if your parents or guardians or any other member of your family work at the National Trust.
2. The closing date for competition entries is Friday 30 May 2014.
3. To enter the Wildlife Drawing competition you need to:
- a. Draw or paint an original picture, inspired by one of the National Trust’s places in the Midlands*. The size limit for your picture is A4.
- b. Ask one of your parents or guardians to email a scanned copy of your drawing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- c. Alternatively, you can post your picture to: Lydia Dunlop, National Trust, Minerva Mill, Station Road, Alcester, Warwickshire B49 5ET.
4. All competition entries will be looked at by our panel of judges who will select winners in three age categories; six years old and under; seven to nine year-olds; and ten to twelve year-olds.
5. The winner will receive a half-day art lesson and a copy of their image printed on canvas to hang in their room. The winners of the other two age categories will each receive a goody bag of art materials.
6. The winner will be notified within 28 days of the competition closing date.
7. If the winner does not reply within three weeks of their being contacted, the National Trust reserves the right to withdraw the prize entitlement and select another winner in accordance with these terms and conditions.
8. You may only enter the competition once.
9. There is no cash or other prize alternative in whole or in part and you cannot give the prize to another person. In the event of circumstances outside the reasonable control of the National Trust, we reserve the right to substitute the prize for a suitable alternative of equal or greater value.
10. The National Trust will not be liable for any circumstances beyond its reasonable control that prevents the prize from being delivered to the winner.
11. If you want to find out the name and county of the winner, call 01789 761385 or email email@example.com up to 90 days after the winner is selected.
12. The winner may be required for reasonable post-event publicity with no further recompense.
13. The National Trust reserves the right to make the winning drawing publicly available.
14. The Promoter is: The National Trust, Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire SN2 2NA. Registered Charity No. 205846.
* A list of Midlands National Trust places, please check opening times before you visit:
Carding Mill Valley, Clent Hills, Duffield Castle, Ulverscroft Nature Reserve, Dark Peak, Longshaw and Easter Moors ,White Peak, Attingham Park & Estate, Baddesley Clinton, Belton House, Benthall Hall, Berrington Hall, Biddulph Grange Garden, Birmingham Back to Backs, Brockhampton Estate, Calke Abbey, Canons Ashby, Charlecote Park, Clumber Park, Coughton Court, Croft Castle and Parkland, Croome, Cwmmau Farmhouse, Dudmaston Estate, Eyam Hall and Craft Centre, Farnborough Hall, The Fleece Inn, Grantham House, Greyfriars’ House and Garden, Gunby Hall and Gardens, Hanbury Hall and Gardens, Hardwick Hall & Estate, Hawford Dovecote, Kedleston Hall, Kinver Edge & Rock Houses, Kinwarton Dovecote, Kowles Mill, Letocetum Roman Baths and Museum, Lyveden New Bield, Middle Littleton Tithe Barn, Morville Hall, Moseley Old Hall, The Old Manor, Packwood House, Priest’s House, Rosedene, Shugborough Estate, Staunton Harold Church, Mr Straw’s House, Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood, Sunnycroft, Tattershall Castle, Upton House and Gardens, The Weir, Wichenford Dovecote, Wightwick Manor and Gardens, Wilderhope Manor, Woolsthorpe Manor, The Workhouse.