Terms & Conditions:
Promoter: The Centre, Feltham (Aviva Life & Pensions (UK) Ltd, c/o Colliers International, 50 George, Street, London W1U 7GA)
There will be one winner selected at random at the end of the four week period.
The Centre, Feltham (“The Promoter”) is offering £400 worth of in-store vouchers from selected retailers at The Centre Feltham. (“the prize”)
To enter the prize draw, entrants must enter their details into the data entry form (including full name, email address and post code)
The Promotion will commence at 08:00am on Monday 19 November, 2018 and will end at Midnight on Sunday 16th December, 2018
The winner will be announced by 5pm on Monday 17 December, 2018.
One entry per person.
Employees of the Promoter, their dependents, suppliers and retailers or any person connected with this prize draw are not eligible to enter.
The winner will be notified by email and further contact details may be requested in order to arrange for collection of the Prize.
The winner will have 2 weeks from the finish date of the competition to claim their prize in person (by Monday 31st December 2018).
The Prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered.
The Promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the Promotion due to circumstances arising beyond its control.
The Promotion is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Twitter and by entering the Promotion you agree that you will make no claim against Facebook or Twitter in respect of it.
Entrants should be 18 or over.
The promoter’s decision is final and binding.
Proof of ID and address must be provided on collection of prizes. (Drivers licence or Passport and utilities bill.)
Prizes must be collected in person from The Centre Management Office. (We are unable to post or deliver prizes.)
Entry indicates acceptance of all terms and conditions.
The winner agrees to have a photograph of themselves receiving their prize posted on social media and our website along with their official quote, if necessary.
These T&Cs are subject to the laws of England and Wales. Any dispute shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.