Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize 2018 terms and conditions
The winner of our Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize competition will receive a set of the 2018 shortlisted books. To be in with a chance to win simply post a photo of your favourite place in nature, with a brief explanation of why you love it so much, in a comment beneath our Twitter competition post. The competition closes at midnight on Friday 3 August.
Terms and conditions
1. This competition is open to all residents of the UK aged 18 or over, except for employees of the National Trust and National Trust tenant farmers, their families or anyone else associated with this competition.
2. All information detailing how to enter this competition forms part of these terms and conditions. It is a condition of entry that all terms and conditions are adhered to. Submission of an entry will be taken to mean acceptance of these terms and conditions, including in particular acceptance of our method of notification of a winning entry.
3. Entries should be uploaded as a comment beneath the National Trust’s original competition post with, a brief explanation of why you love it so much. We regret that we are unable to accept entries via any other social media platform, by post or email. Entrants will require access to the Internet, a Twitter account, and an operational email address in order to enter this competition.
4. The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
5. Only one entry may be submitted by the same entrant.
6. All entries must be received by midnight on Friday 3 August 2018. Late, incomplete or corrupt entries will not be accepted.
7. All images submitted must be the work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere (excluding social media) or have won a prize in any other photographic competition.
8. It is the responsibility of each entrant to ensure that any images they submit have been taken with the written consent of anyone who is identifiable in that image or the written consent of their parent/guardian if they are under 16 and that they have been advised of the purpose of the submission and that their photograph may be published by the National Trust.
9. Entrants must ensure that the photographs they are submitting are their own work, that they own the copyright for them and that they do not infringe the copyright or other rights of any third party or any laws.
10. Entrants will retain copyright and moral rights in their submitted images however, by entering, all entrants:
(a) grant the National Trust non-exclusive rights to use the images to promote the competition the images were submitted to or for similar future competitions within a five year period of the winners of the competition being announced;
(b) agree that the use referred to at Clause 10(a) above may include publishing, displaying or otherwise reproducing the images (whether on the internet, in the National Trust Magazine, in exhibitions or otherwise) provided such use is for the purposes of promoting the competition or similar future competitions only; and
(c) agree that the National Trust may contact them using the contact details they provide to discuss potential use of the images beyond promotion of the competition. Such discussion and negotiation will be independent from the competition and will not affect entrants’ chances of winning.
11. The National Trust will ensure the photographer will always be credited whenever his or her image is used and published by the National Trust.
12. The winner will be notified by 5pm, Friday 10 August via Twitter - by your Twitter handle being tagged in a comment posted via our Twitter channel, - and will be required to provide their email address in order that we might send separate confirmation via email. The email address provided will only be used for the purpose of prize administration.
13. The winner, chosen by an independent panel, will be the person who provides the most inspiring photo and comment about their favourite place in nature.
14. If a winner cannot be contacted or is not available after 7 days of being notified via Twitter, the judges reserve the right to select another winner from the eligible entries that were received before the closing date.
15. The winner of this competition will receive a set of the Wainwright shortlisted books. The National Trust reserves the right to provide an alternative prize of equal or greater value.
16. The prize is non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
17. Prizes can only be sent to UK postal addresses.
18. The prize will be sent within 14 days of receiving the winner’s contact details, via Royal Mail Special Delivery Service.
19. The National Trust is not responsible if the prize contents or packaging are damaged during delivery.
20. Events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prizes impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the National Trust and accordingly the National Trust may at its absolute discretion vary or amend the promotion and the entrant agrees that no liability shall attach to the promoter as a result thereof.
21. The winners may be required to take part in publicity and their name and county may be published on the National Trust website, in the National Trust Magazine and other National Trust publications.
22. Events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prizes impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the National Trust and accordingly the National Trust may at its absolute discretion vary or amend the promotion and the entrant agrees that no liability shall attach to the promoter as a result thereof.
21. The competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered, or associated with, Twitter and no responsibility will pass to Twitter as a result of the promotion.
22. English law applies and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts shall prevail.