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Competition: Design a festive greeting card

Design your own festive greeting card for your chance to win £100 to spend in the National Gallery Shop  

Your chance to win

After your visit to Father Christmas, you can take part in our competition to design your very own festive greeting card for a chance to win £100 to spend in the National Gallery Shop! 

How to enter

To enter, pick up your drawing materials and blank cards from the Elven Sorting Office in the Father Christmas experience to create your design. 

Your design can be inspired by your favourite painting in the collection, your visit to Father Christmas, or the sumptuous surroundings of the National Gallery.

Then, simply post your finished design into Father Christmas's special competition post box, located at the Getty exit

The winning entry

The winning design will be selected by a panel of judges from the Gallery and the winning artist will receive a £100 gift card to spend in the National Gallery Shop.

The prize winner will be selected the week commencing 3 January 2022 and contacted within 7 days.

Competition terms

1. The promoter of the ‘Design a Festive Greeting Card’ competition (the “Competition”) is the National Gallery, London (a trading name of the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery).

2. By submitting an entry to the Competition on behalf of a child, you shall be deemed to have read and that you agree to these terms.

3. Each entry must be submitted by a competent adult on behalf of a child for whom they have responsibility as parent or guardian, who must be aged 12 or under and resident in the United Kingdom. Each entry must include the contact details of the competent adult, an email address (or other suitable contact detail if not practicable) and the first name and age of the child.

4. Each must be submitted by posting the child’s finished design into the designated competition post-box located at the exit of the National Gallery’s premises.

5. The National Gallery will not accept entries which are incomplete or incorrectly completed. Nor shall the National Gallery be responsible for non-receipt or loss of entries.

6. The Competition is not open to employees, its contractors or trustees of the National Gallery, their family members and anyone else connected with them.

7. The Competition closes on 23 December 2021 and entries must be received by 6pm GMT on that date. No entries will be accepted after this time.

8. Competition judging shall take place the week beginning 3 January 2022 and the winner shall be contacted by the National Gallery, London by email (by the parental/guardian email address used in the competition entry) within 7 days thereafter. If no response to such communication is received within 3 days of receiving the email. the prize is forfeited, and the runner-up will be contacted, and so on until a winner is confirmed.

9. There will be one winner. The judges’ decision is final. The winner will receive a £100 giftcard to spend in the National Gallery Shop (excludes tickets and Membership). All components of the prizes are provided by the National Gallery Company Ltd, London.

10. The National Gallery shall use and store the personal data of entrants to the Competition in accordance with its privacy policy. In particular, entrants’ personal data (and those of the relevant child) shall be kept secure, shall only be used in relation to the fulfilment of the Competition (and in the case of the winning entrant shall be used to contact that individual and shall be shared with the National Gallery Company Limited for the purposes of delivering the prize to the winner and facilitating their enjoyment of the prize). All other personal data in relation to entrants, including all entries, shall be deleted within a reasonable period following the completion of the Competition. This personal data shall not be used for any other purpose. 11. The National Gallery reserves the right, in its absolute discretion to: (a) amend the Competition rules at any time should it elect to do so; and (b) suspend, cancel or amend the Competition.

12. To the extent permitted by law and given the nature of the Competition, the National Gallery’s aggregate liability to entrants shall be limited to £1 and the National Gallery shall not be liable to entrants for any loss or damage which is indirect or consequential howsoever arising (including the case of the National Gallery’s negligence) and in particular to any entrants who fail to respond to communications relating to a winning entry in paragraph 8 above. Your statutory rights are not affected.

13. These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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