15th March 2019
Show us why you love where you live for a chance to win £500
In conjunction with the Louth Leader, we are giving people the chance to win a superb prize by sharing their photos of Lincolnshire that show ‘why I love where I live’.
We have been building homes in the region for over 30 years and are very proud of our roots – so much so that we are asking the readers of the Louth Leader to send in their best photos of the county to be in with a chance of winning £500.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “We know that there are a lot of reasons to be proud of living in Lincolnshire, so we felt that this is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate our county.
“We’re inviting people to send us their best photos of the area to be in with the chance of winning a cash prize at the same time.
“We hope that lots of people will take part and we look forward seeing all of the wonderful entries.”
To be in with a chance of winning the prize, email your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org, including details of your name, address, phone number and the location of where the photo was taken within Lincolnshire.*
Chestnut Homes will select the winner after the competition closing date of 10thApril, which will be announced on 24thApril.
Terms and conditions
*Employees and family of employees of the Louth Leader newspaper group and Chestnut Homes are unable to take part in the competition.
Chestnut Homes will select the winning photo. The winner will be contacted privately and then announced two weeks later in the paper. By submitting a photograph, you are agreeing to take part in subsequent PR and marketing material for Chestnut Homes.
The submitted photos must have been taken by the person submitting the image.
The winner will be photographed with their winning photo and given their £500 prize at the nearest Chestnut Homes development to where they live, to be used as part of the announcement in the paper.
By entering the competition, you are allowing The Louth Leader newspaper group and Chestnut Homes to use your photo.Back To News