Win £250 Cash And A Year Of Yorkshires
Aunt Bessie’s on Heart Yorkshire, July 2021
The following rules (“Specific Rules”) together with the general competition terms and conditions (which can be found at heart.co.uk) (the “Competition Terms and Conditions”) of Communicorp UK (as defined in the Competition Terms and Conditions) apply to Aunt Bessie’s radio competition (the “Competition") which will run on the 26th July – 30th July 2021. competition closes at 5pm on Friday 30th July.
Anyone who enters the Competition (an “Entrant”) will be deemed to have read and accepted the Specific Rules and the Competition Terms and Conditions and will be bound by them.
Details of the Competition:
To enter the competition an entrant must go online to Heart.co.uk and register their details. 250 entries will be selected at random and each will be allocated a number to correspond to a Yorkshire Pudding in the race. The winning pudding will be the first to cross the finish line. The number on that pudding will correspond to an entrant who will then be notified by phone. If the entrant fails to answer two calls from Communicorp UK, we reserve the right to select another entrant at random as the winner.
Eligibility: Entrants must be aged 18 or over. Entry is restricted to one entry per person. Entrants must reside within one of the following postcode districts: BD, DN, HD, HG, HX, LS, S, WF, YO.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over.
Entry is restricted to one entry per person
£250 in form of cheque or bank transfer
One year’s supply of Yorkshire Puddings which will be paid in full in the form of vouchers matching the monetary value of 1 x 10 Glorious Golden Yorkshires 190g per week for 52 weeks, total sum £80.
An Aunt Bessie’s hamper of frozen food
The Aunt Bessie’s prizes carry no cash value, are non-transferable and may not be substituted by the winners.
We strive to send prizes within 28 days of announcing the winner. Winners will be informed of any delays.
Communicorp UK reserves the right to substitute the prize with another prize at its absolute discretion.