Raising a glass to a century of Suffolk farming

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The National Farmers’ Union in Suffolk is marking its centenary in 2020 – and this is your chance to join the celebrations.

The NFU is joining forces with St Peter’s Brewery to produce a centenary ale, brewed with the finest Suffolk-grown malting barley.

This unique beer will celebrate the county’s farming, the fantastic ingredients produced here and the link from grain to glass. It will be available from April in outlets supplied by St Peter’s Brewery and also enjoyed at NFU Suffolk centenary events.

But before the brewing experts can work their magic this special beer needs a special name, and we’re launching a competition to find it.

The winner could see their suggestion used for the centenary ale, as well as receiving £100 to spend in St Peter’s Brewery’s online store and a crate (12 bottles) of the centenary ale.

How to enter

Please email your suggestions for a name (a maximum of three words) to Y2VudGVuYXJ5YWxlY29tcEBuZnUub3JnLnVr, including your name and contact details.

The closing date for entries is 12pm on Monday 28 October.

You must be 18 or over to enter.

By entering this competition, you are agreeing to the NFU's terms and conditions, reproduced below

Centenary beer competition terms and conditions

The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom only, excluding NFU employees, their families, agents or anyone else professionally connected with this promotion. Entry to this competition is free.

Participants must be 18 years or over. Only one entry per person is permitted. All entries are verified and duplicate entries will be removed.

The NFU accepts no responsibility for incorrectly completed, lost or delayed entries. By entering, all entrants will be deemed to accept these terms and conditions.

Closing date: 12pm on Monday 28 October 2019

The winner will be chosen by a panel of NFU and St Peter’s Brewery representatives. The prize is £100 to spend in St Peter’s Brewery’s online store, a case (12 bottles) of the centenary ale and (subject to the discretion of St Peter’s Brewery) the use of the winning name on the NFU Suffolk centenary ale.

The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.

Entrants acknowledge that copyright in submissions will be owned by the promoter. Entrants agree to assign to the promoter all intellectual property rights in the submission, with full title guarantee, and to waive their moral rights.

Please note, we are required to make the name and county of residence of the winner available publicly. We may also ask you to take part in additional publicity connected with this competition.

The winners name will be available on request by writing to [email protected] and will also be publicised in the NFU magazine British Farmer & Grower and on social media. 

The NFU reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions or to cancel, withdraw or amend the promotion at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, or if circumstances arise outside its control

If the winner is unable to be contacted within five days of the competition’s closing date, the NFU reserve the right to offer the prize to a runner up, or to re-offer the prize in a future promotion.

Entrants' personal data will be collected, held and processed by the NFU (as Data Controller) for the purpose of administering this competition. Please note, your name and county of residence may be disclosed if you win. Our online privacy statement explains more about how we use your personal data.

If any provision of these terms and conditions is held invalid by any law, rule, order or determination of any court of a competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provision not held to be invalid.

This promotion is governed by English Law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.  The promoter is the National Farmers’ Union (“NFU”), Agriculture House, Stoneleigh Park, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, CV8 2TZ.

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