Simply visit the Fancy Fowl stand and fill in an entry form – it really is as easy as that. If you take out a subscription to Fancy Fowl at the show and complete the entry form you will get 5 entries.
Terms and Conditions
By entering this competition, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
The competition is organised and run by Brinsea Products Ltd and the prize is supplied direct from Brinsea Products Ltd.
One winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries.
Entries will only be accepted at the National Poultry Show 2019 and the winner will be chosen by Friday 6th December 2019.
The winner will be notified by telephone within 10 days of the event.
Your details will only be kept for the duration and judging of this prize draw unless you ticked the box to say that you are happy to receive Brinsea’s monthly email newsletter. If you gave your consent for us to send you our newsletter you will receive further communications from Brinsea Products Ltd. You can unsubscribe at any time by simply ticking the unsubscribe link in the email. We promise not to pass your details on to anyone else.
The prize cannot be exchanged for cash or credit.
If the winner cannot be contacted within one month of the competition being drawn the prize will be forfeited.
Only one entry per person is permitted, however entrants will gain 5 entries in total for subscribing to Fancy Fowl at the National Poultry Show 2019. No other form of entry will be accepted and no responsibility will be taken for entries which are not completed in full or are illegible or damaged in any way. The box must be ticked to indicate that you agree to the terms and conditions.
The winner’s name and county will be posted on the Brinsea Products Ltd website, Brinsea’s newsletter and on social media feeds/materials.
No correspondence can be entered into on any matters arising from the competition.
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