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Terms and Conditions - Fairtrade Go Further Sculpture Competition
1. By entering the Competition, participants agree to these Terms and Conditions and the relevant Individual Prize Terms and Conditions listed below.
2. The Fairtrade Go Further Sculpture competition is open to all UK residents. Employees of Fairtrade Foundation and partner companies (including providers of prizes) who are directly involved in the competition, their agents and families are not eligible to win.
3. To enter the Competition, you must upload a photograph of your sculpture or work of art using the online form at http://step.fairtrade.org.uk/your-picture/. Entries must be received between Monday 11 February 2013 and Friday 29 March 2013. Entries received after 23:59 on Friday 29 March 2013 will not be considered.
4. In order to be valid, entries must be accompanied with a valid email address and a clear, legible photograph of the sculpture or work of art.
5. There are 25 prizes in total to be won. Not all entries are eligible to win all prizes. One is group specific, meaning only those entries from schools are eligible to win it. 3 are region-specific, meaning only those entering from those regions (as indicated on their entry form) are eligible to win them. 21 prizes are national prizes; all entries are eligible to win these. See the Individual Prize Terms & Conditions for further details.
a. One prize of 10 family tickets (valid for 2 adults and 2 children (aged between 4 and 15)) to Cadbury World valid until 28 February 2014,and a £500 contribution towards travel expenses (£50 per ticket holder).
b. 10 prizes for 10 winners, each of a Divine mini chocolate tasting kit of 10 flavours of Divine chocolate , RRP £20 each
c. 10 prizes for 10 winners, each of a Green & Blacks Chocolate Lovers Bar Collection, RRP £22 each
d. One prize of a visit to one of the ripening facilities of the UK's leading Fairtrade banana importer for up to 15 people depending on location. Only those entries from the following regions are eligible to win: West Yorkshire, South East England, Scotland and West Midlands.
e. One prize of a day’s Barista Training with Peros for up to 10 people. Only those entries from the following regions are eligible to win: East Midlands and South East England.
f. One prize of a visit to the Tropical Wholefoods factory in Sunderland for up to 8 people (6 students and 2 adults). This prize is only open to primary and secondary schools in the UK (not Further Education Colleges, Nurseries or Nursery Schools).Only those entries from the following region are eligible to win: NE England.
g. One prize of a visit from celebrity chef and Fairtrade supporter Levi Roots to your school to cook you lunch. This prize is only open to primary and secondary schools in the UK (not Further Education Colleges, Nurseries or Nursery Schools).
Please see the Individual Prize Terms and Conditions below for specific terms and conditions for each prize, including further details of entry eligibility.
6. There are no limits on the number of entries per participant; however each participant is only eligible to win one prize. All entries are eligible to win the national prizes, however only those entries from participants in the region which corresponds to the specified regional prizes are eligible to win those prizes. Only entries from primary and secondary schools are eligible to win the Levi Roots prize. For further details please refer to the Individual Prize Terms and Conditions.
7. No purchase is necessary to enter.
8. The Fairtrade Foundation is not responsible for any network, computer hardware or software errors of any kind, which may restrict or delay entry or winner notifications. No responsibility can be accepted for non-receipt of submitted entries or non-delivery of winner notifications.
9. Your entry must be your own work, must not be copied and must not otherwise be obscene, defamatory or in breach of any applicable legislation or regulations. If the judges have reason to believe your entry is not your own work then your entry may not be considered.
10. A panel of judges will choose one winning entry for each of the prizes. When choosing the winners, the judges will be looking for the most creative and well thought out designs and entries which show the best symbolism of ‘Going Further for Fairtrade’ and understanding of Fairtrade in relation to the design.
11. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
12. No cash alternative to the prizes will be offered. The prizes are not transferable. Prizes are subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent value without giving notice.
13. Winners will be notified by the Promoter by email on or before Friday 19 April 2013. If contact cannot be made within 1 week of notification, the prize will be re-allocated.
14. The Promoter is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.
15. By entering the Competition, entrants agree to their details being shared with relevant third parties (prize suppliers) if they win in order to fulfill the prizes.
16. By entering the Competition, entrants agree to participate in any required publicity and for their entry and submitted details to be used by the Promoter for such purposes.
17. Details of the winners and their winning entries will be published at www.fairtrade.org.uk/win after Friday 19 April 2013.
18. These rules are governed by the laws of England and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
19. Promoter: The Fairtrade Foundation, 3rd Floor, Ibex House, 42 - 47 Minories, London EC3N 1DY.
Individual Terms & Conditions for each prize - Fairtrade Go Further Sculpture Competition
1. One prize of 10 family tickets (each valid for 2 adults and 2 children (aged between 4 and 15)) valid until 28 February 2014 and up to £50 contribution towards travel expenses for each ticket holder (£500 in total), to be claimed from the Fairtrade Foundation.
2. One prize of a visit to one of the ripening facilities of the UK's leading Fairtrade banana importer, including tour, refreshments and a goody bag. Location dependant on winner’s region, see below. Prize supplier: Fyffes
a. Locations: Wakefield, Basingstoke, Livingston, Coventry. Only those entries from the regions of West Yorkshire, South East England, Scotland and West Midlands will be eligible for this prize, as indicated on the competition entry form.
b. If the winners visit is to the Basingstoke, Livingstone or Coventry facility, a group size of up to 15 maximum can be accommodated. Under 18's must be accompanied by adults at a ratio of 3 to 1. If the winners visit is to our Wakefield facility, a group size of up to 8 maximum can be accomodated, under 18's must be accompanied by adults at a ratio of 3 to 1.
c. A limited travel subsidy will be considered by Fyffes.
d. The winner will need to arrange the visit with the local manager of the ripening facility in their region at a time and date that is mutually convenient.
3. One prize of a barista training session for up to 10 people, organised by Peros. Their trained Barista will teach you the art of the flat white, about coffee tasting and then help you practice making them yourselves. Location dependant on winner’s region. Prize supplier: Peros.
a. Two locations available at the Peros Office in either Brigg or High Wycombe. Only those entries from the regions of the East Midlands and South East England will be eligible for this prize.
b. Up to £500 available for travel expenses. Winners must claim these through the Fairtrade Foundation.
c. The training session can be claimed mid-week only and must be redeemed by 31 August 2013
d. Prize is for up to 10 people maximum, all must be aged 16 or over
4. One prize of a visit to your school from celebrity chef Levi Roots to make your lunch. Prize supplier: The Promoter (Fairtrade Foundation).
a. This prize is only open to primary and secondary schools in the UK (not Further Education Colleges, Nurseries or Nursery Schools).
b. The winning school must be able to provide suitable cooking and preparation space for Levi Roots to prepare food with pupils, as well as all crockery and cutlery and cooking utensils needed as agreed with the prizewinning school.
c. The prize will be offered to either the School’s Fairtrade Steering Group or one class, as well as their teacher, teaching assistants and Headteacher.
d. A date will be offered to the winning school in the Summer Term based on availability of Levi Roots – if this is not suitable, an alternative date may be offered but cannot be guaranteed. If a date cannot be agreed, another winner will be chosen.
e. The meal will consist of a vegetarian Caribbean meal as agreed by the school in discussion with the Fairtrade Foundation before the visit and ingredients will be provided by Levi Roots / Fairtrade Foundation.
f. The school must take responsibility for informing everyone involved about any food allergies or cultural considerations that could influence the recipes chosen or ingredients. It cannot be guaranteed that the food, cooking preparation or ingredients used are nut free.
g. Neither the Fairtrade Foundation nor Levi Roots will take any responsibility for allergic or other reactions to the food eaten or any injuries suffered as a result of the prize and activity.
5. One prize of a visit to the Tropical Wholefoods factory in Sunderland. Prize supplier: Fullwell Mill Ltd.
a. This prize is only open to primary and secondary schools in the NE region of England(not Further Education Colleges, Nurseries or Nursery Schools) as indicated on their competition entry form.
b. 1 prize available to one set of students
c. Maximum of 6 students and 2 adults to attend – ideal age of students between 10-11 years old
d. Must be held on a Friday however no restriction on dates as such, but as we are a working factory the dates must be mutually agreeable between the school and ourselves to be decided once the prize has been claimed.
3. We cannot cover transportation costs, therefore this is the responsibility of the winning school to get to and from our facility in Sunderland.
6. 10 prizes for 10 winners, each of a Green & Black’s Chocolate Lovers Bar Collection. RRP £22 each.
a. Chocolate Gift Box contains: 1 x Dark with Mint 100g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Milk 100g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Dark with Burnt Toffee 100g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Crispy Milk 100g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Creamy Milk 35g Chocolate Bar, 1 x White 35g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Dark with Maya Gold 35g Chocolate Bar, 1 x Milk with Butterscotch 35g Chocolate Bar, 6 sets of 2 x 15g Green & Black's Organic Fairtrade Miniature Bars; Dark, Milk, Dark with Ginger, Milk with Butterscotch, Milk with Almond, White, Creamy Milk.
b. Each will be delivered to the chosen winners within 6 weeks of them being notified of their win.
7. 10 prizes for 10 winners, each of a Divine mini chocolate tasting kit of 10 flavours of Divine chocolate, RRP £20 each. Each will be delivered to the chosen winners within 6 weeks of them being notified of their win.