Duck Bills Prize Draw
For details of how to enter this prize draw can be found on this webpage.
General terms and conditions
- This Duck Bills Prize Draw is open to all families and schools in the Stoke-on-Trent or the surrounding areas.
- It is free of charge to enter.
- Entries can be submitted using the prepaid envelope provided, by handing letters to any local Stoke-on-Trent library, or sending a picture to the Stoke Reads Facebook page.
- No responsibility is accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed as a result of any network, computer hardware or software failure of any kind. Proof of entry will not be accepted as proof of receipt.
- There will not be a notification of receipt for entries.
- Prizes offered are non-transferable and non-exchangeable. However, in the event of unforeseen circumstances the promoter reserves the right to offer alternative prizes of equal value.
- If we do not receive confirmation of acceptance within two weeks of notification the prize will be forfeited and a new winning school will be selected.
- By accepting a prize the winning entry will consent to their success being publicly announced by the Stoke Reads in newsletters, and on our social media pages. You will never be approached directly by a journalist.
- By taking part in this promotion, all entrants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by these terms and conditions.
- The National Literacy Trust may in their absolute discretion modify, amend, cancel or suspend these terms and conditions at any time if they deem necessary or if circumstances arise beyond their control.
- The National Literacy Trust reserves the right in their absolute discretion to disqualify from this competition any entrant who they believe has not complied with these terms and conditions or acted in good faith.
- The promoters’ decisions are final in all matters relating to this promotion and no correspondence will be entered into.
- These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.