BRIGHTIDEAS365.COMPETITION RULES

Brightideas365 competition rules.

By entering this competition, the entrant is accepting the terms and conditions stated below. A printable .pdf copy of which can be downloaded here.

All ideas submitted will be added to the site, and the idea receiving the most votes winning the competition. Where more than one idea wins the same number of votes, a draw will be held to select the overall winner.

All ideas should be submitted via the official entry form which can be found here.

The description of the idea must be no more than 120 words, but may include an illustration (in .png .jpeg, or .gif format).

All entrants must be between the age of 11 and 18 years at the time of entry.

Whilst an individual may submit as many ideas as they want, submitting the same idea more than once will lead to automatic disqualification.

All ideas should be original and created by the entrant. Where it is found that an idea was submitted by an entrant in the knowledge that it was not their original idea, the entry will be disqualified.

Details of prizes can be found here.

By entering this competition, the entrant consents to have their idea published on Brightideas365.com website for an indefinite period. The idea may also be published on Brightideas365.com social media accounts.

Notwithstanding the above, the text will remain the copyright property of the entrant, and any financial benefits of the idea will be theirs alone (to be administered by a parent or guardian in the case of minors).

Where the same idea is entered by more than one entrant, a draw will be held from these, and a winner selected at random.

In order for the school or youth organisation to receive it’s prize, the name or code of the school must be entered on the entry form.

There is no requirement to subscribe to Brightideas365.com in order to enter this competition.

There is no requirement for a school to subscribe to Brightideas365 in order to obtain an entry code or support materials for the competition which can be accessed and downloaded for free and without obligation here.

Entrants should fill in the name of their school, or youth organisation (Scouts, Guides, etc) in the box provided. This organisation will be the recipient of the £1,000 cash prize.

Where a winning entrant is home schooled or the relevant box on the entry form is left blank, the idea will be taken forward, but the £1,000 will be awarded to a charity or community project selected by the winner. The £1,000 prize cannot be paid to private individuals under any circumstances.

Winner details (name and region only) will be published on the Brightideas365.com website, within 7 days of the end of the competition.

Judges decisions will be final in all cases.

It is suggested that entrants submit their ideas as early as possible, as the longer the ideas are displayed on the site, the more votes they are likely to get.

All enquiries regarding this competition or Brightideas365 in general should be directed to competition@brightideas365.com.

This competition is promoted by Bright Ideas 365 Ltd (the operator of Brightideas365.com). Registered in England and Wales Company Number 07975287. Registered office: 61 Bridge Street, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3DJ.