Click the “Enter Now” button at the top of the page.
You will be taken to the “Enter the Draw” where you can enter your contact information or read the details for the postal entry. Once the required details are entered you will be propmoted to select the number of Entries required, following this you are required to answer our question, then confirm agree to the Terms & Conditions. Please note, you must answer the question correctly to be successfully entered into the Prize Draw.
All postal Entries are free of charge. Each postal entry must be submitted on an individual postcard and sent with a first-class stamp. Postal entries will only be accepted by UK residents. Each postcard must contain the Entrant’s name, date of birth, address, telephone number and email address, and the answer to the Question. Entry postcards sent in envelopes will not be accepted and the entries will be void. Each postal entry must be submitted individually to: Winhousesinitaly.com, 3a Excelsior Road, Poole, BH14 8TT
Once 20,000 Paid Entries have been sold, Villa Giardino, Via Garibaldi 18, Colognola, Piazza Al Serchio, 55035 LU will be awarded as The Prize.
The Prize, will be transferred by the Promoter to the Winner free of any mortgages, charges and other encumbrances, at the Promoter’s expense and including all fee’s charges and Italian house purchase taxes. Expenses for 2 x European flights, 2 days car hire and hotel will also be covered.
After payment has been submitted and confirmed via the Website, each Entrant will be provided with a Unique Reference Link (URL) that they can share online. The Entrant who generates the most Entry sales through sharing their personalised URL link will be awarded a £10,000 cash prize (in the event of a tie the cash prize will be divided equally). If the actual number of Entries sold is less than the Maximum Number of Paid Entries required to award the Prize, the Promoter will not award the £10,000 cash prize.
Yes, we have worked very hard to ensure the Draw adheres to all current guidelines of the Gambling Commission and in accordance to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). We have also worked closely with our regulatory and licensing lawyer to create a fair, transparent and legitimate experience for every Entrant.
Whilst we are very confident and will do everything in our power to make the Draw a success we may not be able to award The Prize if the Maximum Number of Paid Entries (20,000) to the Draw is not reached and the Draw is closed, in the unlikely event this happens either, the proceeds will be deemed sufficient by the Promoters to award the Prize, or the remaining funds will be allocated as a cash prize to a Winner after the deduction of 20% for expenses and marketing fee’s plus a 10% charity donation
Once the Draw is closed, within 14 days, under the supervision of a UK & Italian solicitor, using an online random number selector the Winner will be selected. None of the Entrants’ personal information will be associated with deciding the Winner. We will contact the Winner by email and telephone. If we cannot contact the winner within 28 days of the draw another number will be selected by the online random number selection process.
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The village of Colognola belongs to the municipality of Piazza al Serchio, in the province of Lucca, Tuscany
In the heart of Garfagnana this is a peaceful location, in the midst of the countryside, with many pretty hilltop villages to visit, as well as National Parks, boasting rolling hills and mountains. The Garfagnana is one of the most famous ‘undiscovered’ parts of Italy. It’s a large area of valley and mountain north of Lucca and Pisa, in the northern part of Tuscany. Although mostly rural and little affected, so far, by tourism, the Garfagnana has been creeping onto the itinerary of more adventurous tourists for some years.
It takes about approximately 1 hour to get to Lucca by car or train and about 20 minutes more to Pisa airport. Florence is approximately a 2 hour drive.
The coast (Forte dei Marmi and the Cinque Terre) are just over an hour/2 away by car while the excellent ski resort of Abetone is about 1 hour and 20 minutes’ drive.