Last updated: 03 Aug 2016

Pride prize draw Terms and Conditions

The promoter of this Prize Draw is OneFamily, 16-17 West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RL. Any questions about these rules should be emailed to [email protected]

By entering the Prize Draw, you agree to the rules set out below:

  • The Prize Draw is free to enter.
  • You can only enter once.
  • You must be resident in the UK and be aged 18 or over.
  • The prize winners names can be obtained after 21/08/2016 by sending a stamped addressed envelope to OneFamily Brighton Pride, OneFamily, Marketing, 16‐17 West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RL.
  • No correspondence will be entered into concerning the competition and the decision of the promoter is final.
  • No alternative prize is available and the prize is not transferable.
  • Entrants agree to be bound by the rules.
  • Events may occur that render the prize draw itself or the awarding of the prize draw impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the promoter and accordingly the promoter 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.
  • The closing date for entry is midnight 19/08/2016.
  • There will be ten winners of £100 Argos vouchers, chosen in a random draw. The draw will take place on 21/08/2016.
  • The winner will be notified within one week of the date of the draw.
  • We will email the address supplied to notify the winner. If address details are not supplied within 21 days of notification, OneFamily may draw a substitute winner.
  • OneFamily cannot and does not accept any responsibility for late or corrupted entries for any reason (e.g. failure of software or internet connection).
  • The Prize Draw is not open to anyone directly or indirectly involved in the running or promotion of the Prize Draw, including all the employees (and their families) of OneFamily.
  • OneFamily reserves the right in its sole discretion to exclude any person from the Prize Draw at any time. OneFamily’ decision will be final and binding.
  • These rules are governed by the laws of England and Wales.