Each category in the Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards will have an outright winner and all other finalists who have been judged will be awarded finalist certificates.
The awards are open to any business / town / village in Pembrokeshire with the exception of employees of Pembrokeshire Tourism and Burns Pet Nutrition.
Entries may be submitted by any individual, business, community / town council, visitor or local tourism association.
All questions should be completed in full unless otherwise stated and only online applications will be considered.
An email receipt will be sent to acknowledge the entry submission.
Additional information may be submitted if you have supporting material which you feel would add to your application. This must be sent to Pembrokeshire Tourism at the address at the end of these terms and conditions – and clearly marked ‘Awards 2017’ together with your business name and the category your information refers to. This must be received within the allocated timeframe. No responsibility can be held by Pembrokeshire Tourism for late or non-receipt of additional material.
Judging will take place only on the dates advertised and so activity providers, holiday accommodation providers, pubs, restaurants, cafe’s, caravan parks and campsites should ensure their availability.
Finalists must be willing to take part in any publicity or promotional material requested by the awards organisers.
You are responsible for submitting entries in the correct category or categories.
You may submit an entry in more than one category as appropriate.
All businesses nominated must be dog friendly and be able to provide evidence of this.
If a business, town / village, beach or day out is deemed not to be dog friendly, the entry will disqualified from the awards.
If a nominated business, town / village, beach or day out is known to be of a different county other than Pembrokeshire the nomination will be disqualified from the awards.
There is a maximum of 300 words per question unless otherwise stated. Any words over this limit will not be considered as part of the judging process.
Two panels of independent judges will be appointed to consider entries.
Judges should not be contacted by entrants in any way or means during the competition. Any attempt to do so may result in an application being rejected.
The closing date for entries is midnight 27th February 2017. No exceptions will be made for entries recieved after midnight on the closing date.
The judges decision is final.
There will be no cash prizes and no alternatives to the prize given to award winners.
Judging details: Shortlisting from entries received will take place between 1-7 March 2017. This will be in the form of review of electronic nomination entries, supporting evidence, website / social media comparisons. Judging of the shortlisted finalists will take place between 10-31 March 2017. Only shortlisted finalists in the following categories will be advised of judges visit times on the specific date on-which they will be judged: Best Dog Friendly Day Out / Attraction, Best Dog Friendly Accommodation, Best Dog friendly Caravan / Campsite. (A Burns By Your Side reading dog team including one dog will pay judges visits)
By entering the competition, entrants are deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.
Pembrokeshire Tourism Ltd,
Llanion Cove Offices,