Terms and conditions for the Hobbycraft Bake of the Month Competition
By participating in the Bake of the Month Competition on the Hobbycraft blog http://blog.hobbycraft.co.uk you agree to the following terms and conditions :
Terms and conditions
- The promoter of the Competition is Hobbycraft Trading Limited (Hobbycraft).
- Competition Entrants must be UK residents.
- Any entrant who is under the age of 18 on the day they enter the Competition must obtain permission from their parent or guardian, and before entering and their parent and guardian must agree to these terms and conditions.
- The Competition is not open to Hobbycraft employees or their families, agents or any person or company associated with this Competition.
- To enter the Competition you must follow the instructions on the Bake of the Month page at http://blog.hobbycraft.co.uk. You must complete all fields with valid information for your entry to be accepted.
- We only accept one entry per person, per month.
- Hobbycraft will convene a judging panel (‘the Judges’) to select one winning entry that in their view is the most deserving of the Competition Prize. They will also decide upon 10 runner up entries to win a prize each.
- Hobbycraft reserves the right to use the Entrant’s entry to market the Competition or showcase the work of Hobbycraft. This includes but is not limited to website, email, press, printed materials. Hobbycraft reserves the right to contact entrants to the competition for general marketing purposes using the contact details provided.
- Any entrant who does not wish to receive marketing information from Hobbycraft should tick the relevant box on the entry form.
- All images submitted must be the work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere or have won a prize in any other photographic draw. It is the responsibility of each entrant to ensure that any images they submit have been taken with the permission of the subject and do not infringe the copyright of any third party or any laws. Entrants must warrant that the photograph they are submitting is their own work and that they own the copyright for it. If any content uploaded shows any person under the age of 16, you must be the parent, or legal guardian, of that said person and you give the Promoter full permission for the content to be displayed. The Promoter reserves the right to contact an entrant for further clarification if necessary.
- Copyright in all images submitted for this draw remains with the respective entrants. However, in consideration of their providing the draw, each entrant grants a worldwide, irrevocable, perpetual license to Hobbycraft to feature any or all of the submitted images in any of their publications, their websites, on their HobbycraftUK Facebook page and/or in any promotional material connected to this draw.
- All entries must be received by noon on the last day of the month to be eligible for the prize. Hobbycraft will not be responsible for the non receipt of any entry.
- Hobbycraft reserves the right to refuse any entry for any reason at its absolute discretion.
- The decisions of the Judges are final. Neither correspondence nor discussion concerning any decision shall be entered into.
- Hobbycraft reserves the right to disqualify any entry if it has reasonable grounds to believe you have breached any of these terms and conditions.
- No purchase is necessary to enter the Competition.
- The winners will be notified by email within 30 days of the competition closing date.
- Only the winners will be contacted by Hobbycraft. Their names may be published on the Hobbycraft blog and HobbycraftUK Facebook page or you can write to Hobbycraft Bake of the Month Winners, Marketing, 7 Enterprise Way, Christchurch, BH23 6HG, including a self-addressed stamped envelope, for details of the winners.
- The prize for one winner is one £100 Hobbycraft gift card, a baking bundle and one cake decorating class courtesy of Renshaw. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. Hobbycraft reserve the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value.
- There are a minimum of 10 runner-up prizes for Bake of the Month competition. The prize for one runner-up is a £10 Hobbycraft gift card and a baking bundle. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. Hobbycraft reserve the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value.
- Prizes must be despatched to a UK postal address.
- We reserve the right to amend these rules at any time and to cancel or amend the Competition if for any reason we believe it cannot be conducted fairly or in accordance with these terms and conditions because of events beyond our control.
- These terms and conditions shall be governed in accordance with English law.
- References to Hobbycraft in these rules are to Hobbycraft Group Limited, 7 Enterprise Way, Aviation Park, Bournemouth International Airport, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 6HG.
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