Win tickets to the FIT Awards Ceremony 2012
Help inspire the next generation
Monday 10 September 2012
Whether we achieve great sporting success or not, most of us enjoy our first taste of sport in the local park or playing field. Fields in Trust (FIT) is a registered charity that is committed to protecting places for play across the UK. They already protect almost 2000 fields, but many more need our support so they can be enjoyed by generations to come.
Membership is just £10 per year, and all readers who register for a year’s Fields in Trust membership before 30 September will be entered into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to the FIT Awards Ceremony 2012. To be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground on 29 November 2012, the FIT Awards will honour the contribution of individuals and organisations who have contributed to protecting outdoor recreational spaces across the country.
Join FIT and be entered into the prize draw at fieldsintrust.org/independent
Terms and conditions
The prize is one pair of tickets to the FIT Awards Ceremony 2012, taking place on 29 November 2012. One winner will be drawn at random from all membership registrations received by 23:59 on 30 September 2012. Prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative available. Transfers to and from venue are not provided. Dress code: lounge suit. Entrants must be 18 or over.
Open to UK residents only excluding Northern Ireland. Usual Promotion Rules apply, see independent.co.uk/rules. Promoter: Fields in Trust. Registered charity number: 306070.
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