The competition is open to all UK residents, except employees of McCarthy Stone, their immediate family or anyone directly connected with this competition.
Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant. All submitters warrant that they own the photos submitted and they have exclusive copyright.
Entries submitted posthumously will not be eligible.
The closing date for receipt of entries is midnight on Sunday 31st January 2021.
To enter the competition, email entries to: [email protected] and include ‘Hatfield’ in the subject header, and also your name and contact details in the email.
The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify inappropriate, incomplete or illegible entries.
Entrants may enter a maximum of five photos in total and may only enter once.
Entry into the competition is conditional upon the entrant having obtained all appropriate consents and a breach of this condition will result in the particular entrant being disqualified from the competition.
By entering into the competition, the entrant automatically grants McCarthy Stone with an unrestricted, non-exclusive, irrevocable and perpetual licence to use any photograph submitted to the competition for any purpose in which McCarthy Stone deem appropriate for their own business purposes. Photographers will receive credit with each use.
This competition will be judged by Mayor of Hatfield, Councillor Margaret Eames-Petersen, and McCarthy and Stone in an independent and fair manner. The judges' decision is final and no individual correspondence shall be entered into. Judges are unable to comment on individual entries.
The organisers reserve the right to change the panel of judges without notice and not to award prizes if, in the opinion of the judges, such action is justified.
Entering the competition implies acceptance of all the above rules. Failure to comply with the entry requirements will result in disqualification. McCarthy Stone reserve the right to withdraw this competition as a result of unforeseen circumstances arising.
There is one prize of a £250 for 1st place.
Prize winner(s) will be notified by Friday 19th February 2021 and invited to a winner’s photo shoot at a later date at the site of McCarthy Stone’s Hatfield development, subject to Covid-19 restrictions. We will notify the winners by email and telephone. If the winners cannot be contacted within one week McCarthy Stone reserve the right to choose an alternative winner.
Winners agree to take part in non-paid publicity following their photography being chosen (including photography if required), relating to the competition.
The entrant’s personal data shall only be used for the proper administration of the competition unless the entrant has expressly opted in to receiving future marketing communications from McCarthy Stone via the entry form.
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