Competition Terms & Conditions

Please read these terms & conditions if you are entering any of our competitions.

By entering the Competition (the “Competition”) all entrants agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions of which entry instructions form part.

Entry is open to UK residents aged 18 or over except for employees or directors of the Promoter.

There is no limit to the number of entries per person.

The Competition runs from 01.12.19 to 31.01.20

The “Closing Date” of the Competition is noon on 31.01.20

There is no cash alternative or refund for any Prize.

The Promoter will announce the winner on and on Visit Dornoch Facebook page ( by 10.02.20.

The Promoter reserves the right to substitute any prize with a prize of equivalent or higher value in the event of circumstances outside of their control. There is no cash alternative.

By entering into this Competition you acknowledge and agree that your personal data will be retained by the Promoter for the duration and purposes of running the Competition and if opted in, for receipt of future information about and offers. Your information will not be supplied to any third party.

All correct entries returned within and before the Closing Date will be entered into the prize draw.

A single entry will be drawn at random and this will be the winner.

The result of the draw is final and no correspondence will be entered into

The winner will be notified by the promoter within 7 days of the draw.

All prizes are non-transferable and non-refundable.

The Promoter is: Dornoch Area Community Interest Company (DACIC), Registered office: Whinhill, Dornoch, Sutherland IV25 3RW



Competition 32

There is 1 prize: A Bottle of Thompson Brothers Organic Dornoch Gin

Crafted in Dornoch,  Thompson Brothers Organic Gin brings you an authentic taste of Dornoch! Enter this competition to win a bottle of the gold medal winner of the World Gin Awards 2019.

Please note that this competition is open to over 18s only.



These terms and conditions are issued under the Laws of Scotland and these have sole jurisdiction.