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Photo of the Year 2013: Terms and conditions

  1. The competition starts on 17 October 2013.
  2. The closing date for entries is 17th November 2013.
  3. The closing date may be extended at Oxfam's discretion.
  4. Entry is free and no purchase is necessary, subject to the conditions below.
  5. There is no age restriction to enter this competition.
  6. Entrants must send their entries to or upload to Twitter using #oxjamphoto or post them to the Oxjam Music Festival facebook page wall using #oxjamphoto. to enter.
  7. Entrants must have been present at an Oxjam event in 2013.
  8. Entrants will be judged by a judging panel who will select a shortlist.The shortlist will be posted on where they can collect 'likes' between 18th November and 1 December. The photo with the most number of likes at 5pm on 1 December will be the winner.
  9. The prize is a Panasonic Lumix GH3 camera with 14-140 lens.
  10. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
  11. 11. Up to 10 photo entries are permitted per person.
  12. 12. Oxfam members of staff are not eligible to win.
  13. The judges' shortlist decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  14. The winner/s will be informed by email or via Twitter by 31 December 2013.
  15. The name of the winner will be available on written request from
  16. Oxfam reserves the right to publicise the winner of the competition.
  17. Oxfam cannot accept responsibility for entries that are not properly received due to communications beyond our control.
  18. Copyright to the entries will remain with the entrant but the entrant licences Oxfam to use their photographs to publicise the competition and to announce the winner/s, and for possible publication or promotional use.
  19. Entrants must be a resident of the UK.
  20. This competition is governed by the law of England and Wales.