Win a picnic basket

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

Entry to this prize draw 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.

In order to enter participants must complete the online web form linked to in the Back British Farming newsletter between the Start and Closing Dates shown below:

Start date: 21 June 2020 at 1pm

Closing date: 5 July 2020 at midnight

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.

The prize is a 4 person picnic basket which will be posted to the chosen winner on receipt of their delivery address.

The winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries by a member of the NFU Campaigns Team whose decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into regarding the selection of the winners.

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

The winner will be notified by Friday 10 July.  

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 prize draw.

The winners name and county will be available on request by writing to NFU Campaigns Team, Agriculture House, Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, CV8 2TZ and may also be published online 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.

Entrants’ personal data will be collected, held and processed by the NFU (as data controller) for the purpose of administering this prize draw. Please note, your name and country of residence may be disclosed if you win this prize draw. 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

Last edited: 17 June 2020 at 08:42

Have your say

Sylvia Findlay - 22/06/2020 09:06:30

Our farmers held this country together during two world wars. We still need them. Don’t let them down.

Claire Dalby - 22/06/2020 06:59:17

Support our Farmers. Our farmers put in so much hard work to meet the food standards and animal welfare laws expected in our food industry. Importing sub standard food not only betrays our farmers but why should we the consumers be expected to eat food that fails to meet the quality already deemed essential for our health and safety.

David Tuxford - 22/06/2020 06:39:58

Once we get through the present difficulties Btitish farming could be set for a new golden age as it plays a key role in the nation's recovery. The important thing wqill be to maintain current world-beating standards so that the population is willing to pay a modest premium to buy British.

Krisztina Keszthelyi-Cardoso - 21/06/2020 19:22:30

I wash to support British farming so we know where our food come from

Chris Heskin - 21/06/2020 15:03:24

????To Keep Britain British. ????

Shirley Stickland - 21/06/2020 14:50:34

We shall buyBritish every time .

Anne Steward - 21/06/2020 14:49:41

My local farm shop Is my supermarket as it supplies fresh, ethically grown produce without air miles.

Janice Tomlin - 21/06/2020 14:13:37

Love your site. It gives us all a chance to support British farming in all its forms. Also encourage British wildlife and butterflies and bees that are so important to production of our fruit and veg and the whole eco system

Jenny Summers - 21/06/2020 14:05:46

Really important to support our hardworking farmers and buy local wherever possible.

Lindsey DICKENS - 21/06/2020 13:46:24

I'm backing you to retain our British Farming Standards - what else can we do to raise awareness?

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