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Artisan Awards Entry form

Artisan Awards Entry form

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SEND THIS FORM WITH YOUR ENTRY, BY 8 FEBRUARY 2007 TO:
Yvonne Bruce, Artisan PR, 10 Thirlestane Drive, Lauder, Scottish Borders TD2 6TS Tel 01578 722690

Entry Guidelines and Rules:
(a)   Entry is open to either individuals aged 18 years or over or companies, partnerships or other organisations who derive all or nearly all of their income from the implementation and continuation of  traditional skills.
(b)   All entries must arrive by 8 FEBRUARY 2007
(c)    Each entry should be contained within a box or envelope file, clearly marked on the outside with the category/categories being entered and the name of the entrant.
(d)   Each entry should include a copy of the attached entry form, on top of the entry in the file.
(e)   Each entry should include a summary of up to 500 words explaining how the entry meets the category criteria (see information on categories below). In the category of Outstanding support of a traditional skill or craft, the summary must include statements from both the employer and the apprentice (up to 250 words each)
(f)    Supporting materials may be included with each entry. These could include photographs, CD-ROM, marketing materials, testimonials, press cuttings and examples of work, if appropriate.
(g)   All material submitted with entries (including photographs and transparencies) will become the property of the promoter and will not be returned.
(h)   Receipt of entries will not be acknowledged. Entries can be sent by registered post or courier if required.
(i)    An individual or organisation can enter more than one category if appropriate.
(j)    The decision of the judges is final both as to eligibility to enter the competition and the awarding of the prizes. No alternative prizes will be available.
(k)   Winners will be those entrants who in the opinion of the judges best illustrate the use of a traditional skill or craft in their business, and who best meet the category criteria.
(l)    Employees of William Grant & Sons Ltd or its subsidiaries are not permitted to enter.

Entry Form

Country Living Magazine's The Balvenie Artisan Awards 2007

Please complete this form and include it with each entry.

Category Name - please circle (you may enter more than one category):

Outstanding support of a traditional skill/craft 

Best use of traditional skill or craft         

Best start-up business based on a traditional skill or craft     

Name of Entrant (Individual or Company):

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Name of Apprentice (Outstanding support of traditional craft/skill only):

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Contact Name for any queries:

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Address:

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Telephone No: ..............................................................................

Email: .........................................................................................

Number of Employees or Workers: .................................................

Approximate Annual Turnover of Business: .....................................

Date Business Formed: .................................................................

How did you find out about Country Living Magazine's The Balvenie Artisan Awards?

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SEND THIS FORM WITH YOUR ENTRY, BY 8 FEBRUARY 2007 TO:
Yvonne Bruce, Artisan PR, 10 Thirlestane Drive, Lauder, Scottish Borders
TD2 6TS
Tel 01578 722690

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