Project Kent 2019 terms and conditions
Anyone who submits a nomination for a project (an "Entrant") will be deemed to have understood these rules along with the terms and conditions and will be bound by them.
a. An Entrant must submit their entry using the 'Project Kent' form provided on the [www.kmfm.co.uk] website only. No other entries will be accepted. Only online submissions via www.kmfm.co.uk will be accepted.
b. Any illegible or corrupted entries will be disqualified. No responsibility will be accepted for lost, corrupted, delayed or mislaid entries.
c. Entrants can only make one nomination per individual project. However, you can nominate a separate project by submitting another form. Nominations must be full and complete to be considered.
d. Nominations can be submitted at any time over the 2 week period (24th June 00:00 - 5th July 1700 2019 inclusive).
e. Nominations received after 1700 on 5th July will not be counted.
i. Must be for projects to be delivered in Kent or Medway. (Postcodes including CT, BR, ME, DA and TN)
ii. Must be prepared to take part in publicity if required by KM Media Group LTD on our radio, print, digital, television and social media platforms.
iii. Must have answered ALL nomination questions on the Project Kent entry form in full and be fully factual.
iv. Must be able to work with kmfm show producers and other professionals to help complete the works on the project/s.
v. Must be for a project/works that, in the judge's opinion, will have a direct positive impact in a local community.
a. After the nominations are closed, submissions be considered by our panel of judges which include Kent Reliance staff and KM Media Group staff.
b. Our producers may contact Entrants for more information if needed.
c. Up to three projects could be chosen by the panel of judges and successful Entrant/s will be contacted by Tuesday 9th July 2019.
d. The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The judges reserve the right to refuse to give any reason for any decision made by them.
3. Successful Project/s.
a. These can range from one large project which will take a significant amount of time to complete and will have content communication and coverage throughout the rest of the year (i.e. a structural build OR project that involves large planning and delivery) to three different small projects (For example, donating sports equipment to a local sports club/decorating/fixing a local area) which will take a shorter time to plan and complete.
b. The judge’s definition of project size is final and determined by cost and estimated time to complete the ‘project’ by kmfm producers.
c. The judge’s decision is final and kmfm reserve the right to change the final project delivery if any information given during the nomination process has been found to be misleading or incorrect.
d. Details of the successful project/s will be found at www.kmfm.co.uk and on air on kmfm.
4. Project delivery
a. Successful project work will begin as soon as possible until completion. kmfm will work with the successful project/s to deliver a timetable of events to complete the project works.
b. People involved with the project must be able to make decisions and must be available to help co-ordinate the project.
c. kmfm may ask professional volunteers/businesses to help with the winning project/s.
5. There is no cash alternative to any project/s undertaken.
6. This is a kmfm promotion and Kent Reliance are sponsors only.
7. If you have any questions relating to ‘Project Kent’ please forward to the kmfm Programme Manager Rob Wills email@example.com