18 May 2012
Go behind the scenes with the RAF Spitfires, Rugby 7s Team & the BBMF
Canterbury, a leading sports apparel brand are proud kit sponsors of the RAF Spitfires, a rugby 7’s team made up of serving RAF members. On Monday 28th May 2012 the team will be modeling their latest Canterbury kit by taking part in a photo shoot at RAF Coningsby with the aircraft of the BBMF (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight) and you could be there!
Canterbury are giving one lucky reader of FlyPast magazine and Flypast.com, along with one friend, the opportunity to go behind the scenes of the photo shoot and meet the RAF Spitfires Rugby 7s team and get up close to the BBMF. The photo shoot comes at a great time for fans of the RAF and BBMF as it takes place in the week leading up to the official Queen’s Golden Jubilee weekend of which the RAF and BBMF will be a part of, in the flypast of Buckingham Palace.
To enter simply email the answer to the following question along with your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 9pm on Monday 21st May 2012. Please use FLYPAST as the subject of your email.
Q: What does BBMF stand for?
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Terms and Conditions
Prize is for two people to attend the Canterbury photo shoot with the RAF 7s on Monday 28th May 2012 at RAF Coninsby for a maximum of 2 hours, times are to be confirmed. Winners must be able to attend on this date and make their own travel arrangements, no alternative can be offered. Entry to the competition constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions. The competition will run from Friday 18th May to 9pm (UK time) on Monday 21st May 2012. Any entries received after this date will not be counted. The winner will be notified by email on Tuesday 22nd May 2012 and must respond within 24 hours of the email being sent. The decision of Canterbury will be final. No cash alternative available. All entrants MUST be aged 18 or over. Canterbury reserves the right to cancel, amend or change the rules of the competition without notice. All taxes, insurance and other expenses as the case may be, are the sole responsibility of the prize winner. Canterbury cannot accept any responsibility for any damage, loss, injury or disappointment suffered by any entrant entering the competition or as a result of accepting any prize.
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