Max & Paddy Walk – Terms and Conditions
Walk with Max and Paddy
We have two walks with Max and Paddy to giveaway! The walk will last approximately 2 hours and take place in the Keswick area of the Lake District. Each walk will be guided by Max and Paddy’s lovely owner Kerry and the route will be flexible dependant on the walking abilities of the winner(s).
Terms and Conditions
- Customers who book with Lakelovers between 17th July 2019 – 31st July 2019 for arrivals between 1st August 2019 – 31st August 2019 will be automatically entered into the Walk with Max and Paddy giveaway.
- Two winners will be selected at random and contacted on 1st August 2019 via email. Should the prize remain unclaimed by the winner after 2 working days another winner will be selected at random.
- When the winner claims the prize, Lakelovers will arrange the walk Max and Paddys owner Kerry –
- The prize must be accepted as awarded and is non-transferable. There is no cash alternative.
- Entrants agree to the use of their name, town and county location in the event they are chosen as the winner.
- The winner may be announced on all four company’s social media platforms, website, email newsletters and other promotional material.
- Staff, family and friends of all four companies are not eligible to enter.
- No other costs are included in the prize and the winners will need to make their own travel arrangements.
- Entrants must be 18 or over to enter
- Only one entry per household.
- We reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time, at their discretion, and without notice. Although all steps will be taken to avoid doing so.
- Lakelovers reserves the right to terminate this competition at any time due to unforeseen circumstances.
- Any questions, comments or complaints regarding this competition must be directed to Lakelovers.
- These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and any dispute arising out of or in connection with this agreement shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts