Entry into survey prize draw.
We will randomly select five survey respondents. They will each receive one free place at one of our online LGIU training sessions.
- Entry for the competition is only available through the website survey.
- A maximum of one entry per individual is permitted.
- The prize draw is free to enter.
- Entries after the survey completion date will not be included in the draw.
- The LGIU will not accept responsibility if contact details provided are incomplete or inaccurate.
- The prize will be one place on an LGIU training course, we will make every effort to provide a place on the training session that the winner prefers, but if that is not possible, the LGIU reserves the right to substitute another training session.
- The winner is picked at random by the LGIU.
- All winners will be notified directly after the survey has closed via the email provided above. The LGIU will attempt to contact the winner by email up to two times. If the winner does not respond to the emails notifying them of their win within 14 days of the second email, they will lose their right to the prize, and the LGIU reserves the right to choose and notify a new winner.
- The prize is non-exchangeable, non-transferable and no cash alternatives will be offered.
- The LGIU’s decision regarding any aspect of the prize draw is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into about it.
- The LGIU reserves the right to cancel the prize draw or amend these terms at any time without prior notice.
- The LGIU does not accept any liability for any damage, loss, injury or disappointment suffered by any entrants as a result of either participating in the prize draw or being selected for a prize.
- You consent to any personal information you provide in entering the prize draw being used by LGIU for the purposes of administering the prize draw and for those purposes as defined within our privacy notice: https://lgiu.org/privacy/
- The prize draw and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.