Independent Competition in Conjunction With Liberty and Crafts Council shops

The Independent has joined forces with Liberty and the Crafts Council to offer one reader the chance to purchase glass to the value of pounds 750 for selecting the readers' choice out of the eight Jerwood Prize finalists. To enter, study the work of the eight finalists shown above and write the number of your nomination for the winner of the Jerwood Prize in the box provided, then complete the tie-breaker sentence in no more than 12 words. Fill in your name, address and phone number, and post it to: The Jerwood Prize Competition, PO Box 4013, London E14 5BE. Closing date for entries is Monday 15th September.

Write the number of your nomination here:

Name Address

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Tiebreaker: Complete the following phrase in no more than 12 words: I think my nomination should be The Independent's choice because...

Competition Rules, Terms and Conditions

1. All entries must be legible and arrive at the address on the entry form by the second post (midday) on Monday 15th September 1998. Proof of posting will not be taken as proof of delivery and no responsibility will be taken for lost or damaged entries. 2. Only one entry per person is permitted on an entry form cut from the Independent or obtained from our offices. 3. From the eight short-listed nominations the readers will have to nominate their choice of winner. The Independent's two design editors will then decide who, in their opinion, completed the tie-break sentence in the most apt way. Winners will be notified by post. 4. First prize will be pounds 750 to be spent at Liberty, Regent Street, on glass. Two runners-up will each receive pounds 250 gift vouchers to spend at one of the Crafts Council shops by the end of the year. 5. The editors' decision is final. 6. Employees and families of The Independent Group, their agents and members of their families are not eligible to enter. 7. The winners names may be published in the Independent on the 18th September 1998, or at a later date. 8. No purchase necessary. To obtain an entry form, send an SAE to Independent Newspapers Group, Marketing Department, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL. 9. The competition is held by Independent Newspapers Group. 10. Entry implies acceptance of these rules, terms and conditions.

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