Entry to the Access Cornwall prize draw is open to UK residents aged 16 and over, except employees of Access Cornwall, the competition prize provider any related companies, their families, agents or anyone professionally connected with the Prize Draw.
No purchase is necessary to enter the Prize Draw.
To enter the Prize Draw, you must enter your details in the appropriate entry submission.
There is a limit of one entry per person. Multiple entries or entries that are delivered late, incomplete, damaged or otherwise not in accordance with these terms and conditions will not be accepted. Entries made through agents, third parties, organised groups or any entry duplication method will not be accepted.
Unless otherwise stated, the winner(s) must claim their prize(s) within 14 days of notification. If they do not do so, then Access Cornwall reserves the right to offer the prize to an alternative winner selected in accordance with these terms and conditions.
Any decision of Access Cornwall as to eligibility to take part in the Prize Draw or the result of the Prize Draw will be final and no correspondence will be entered into. Access Cornwall accepts no responsibility for entries that are incomplete, delayed, lost, damaged or illegible whether due to failure or non-availability of www.accesscornwall.org.uk or any other reason.
There is no cash alternative to the prize(s).
Images used are for visual purposes only.
Access Cornwall reserves the right to delay, postpone or cancel the Prize Draw.
Entry implies acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The winner(s) may be required to participate in non-paid publicity or advertising relating to the Prize Draw, which may include having their photograph taken for promotional and press purposes.
By entering the Prize Draw, all entrants agree that their personal data may be used by Access Cornwall and the competition prize provider for marketing purposes. Entrants may unsubscribe from these mailing lists at any time.
The Prize Draw and these terms and conditions are subject to English law. Any disputes must be referred to the English Courts.