Book Review Competition terms and conditions

 

 

   The book review has to be for a Paul Jasper Richards book and be positive to receive a promotional book or voucher.

   Only one Book or meal voucher per person, even if a review is posted more than once on different sites.

   To enter you must write a simple review, which is in your own words. A minimum of 10 words would be acceptable.

   Once you have written your review you must email sales@alscar.co.uk giving your name and Address (you can use your school) and details of where the review was posted. You must also state if you want a copy of the book you reviewed or a voucher for a free meal and drink at the Publisher’s D. H. Lawrence Café, Heanor.

   All reviews will automatically be included in a prize draw for £200 pounds. The draw will be held on the 31st March 2016.

   The closing date for the prize draw is 20th March 2016 1pm (G.M.T.)

   Free book or Meal Voucher only given to UK residents of 9 years old and above.

   Reviews from outside the U.K. can review the book and be entered for the prize draw be emailing details to sales@alscar.co.uk.

   The Promoter is Clerkson Hall Ltd, Heanor Centre, 1-3 Ilkeston Rd, Heanor. DE75 7AG.

   U.K. reviews may receive a complementary Copy of The Paul Jasper Richards book reviewed. The winner of the prize draw will be notified 14 days after the closing date

   The winner of the prize draw will be notified by email.

   The winners name will be announced on the website alscar.co.uk

 

   Employees and contractors (and their respective families) of The Promoter (including any group companies) are not eligible to enter.

   No responsibility is accepted for entries which are lost, corrupted, incomplete or for any failure to capture entry information

   Entrants are required to meet the Entry Criteria but otherwise no other purchase is necessary.

   It is the responsibility of entrants to notify the promoter of any change of contact details.  Proof of identity may be required.

   No responsibility is accepted for entries which are lost, corrupted, incomplete or for any failure to capture entry information. Use of false details will result in disqualification. The entry must be made by the person entering the competition – entries sent through third parties, agencies or by automated means (such as scripts and macros) will not be accepted.

   The Clerkson Hall Ltd. will have the right to publicly disclose the name of the winner(s) and their city/town of residence.

   The Clerkson Hall Ltd reserves the right to provide a substitute prize of similar value should the need arise.

   If the potential winner cannot be contacted or the Prize notification is returned or is undeliverable, such potential winner forfeits all rights to any Prize, and an alternate winner may be selected.  An unclaimed Prize may not be awarded. 

   Entry implies acceptance of these terms and conditions as final and binding.  Entries which are not in accordance with the terms and conditions will be disqualified.

   Any omission to exercise, or delay in exercising, any right or remedy under these terms and conditions shall not constitute a waiver by the Clerkson Hall Ltd of that, or any other, right or remedy.

   Clerkson Hall Ltd reserves the right to suspend, cancel or modify the prize draw, free books or Meal Voucher at any time (and for any reason) without notice. This may be necessary in the unlikely event of hundreds of reviews being written.

   Clerkson Hall Ltd shall not be responsible for damages, losses or liabilities of any kind, including without limitation, direct, indirect or consequential loss or damages arising out of or in relation to the delivery of free books. Nothing in this condition shall limit or exclude liability for death or personal injury as a result of the Clerkson Hall Ltd’s negligence.

   Clerkson Hall Ltd’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the promotion will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

   The prize draw will be governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.