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Does the image have to be 20x16" ?
The board has to be 20x16" inclusive of the mount/frame. Within the mount each image must have one side of at least 10 inches (254mm).
Do I need to put an application form on the back of each image?
Yes you do, categories and sub categories must be listed on these application forms. We cannot accept images without application forms attached
How do I work out return postage?
Either take a cheque book to the post office and write a cheque equal to the amount you pay to send them OR use our simple return postage guide.
How much is return postage?
Up to 2kg (average 4 prints)
Standard £6.00 Recorded £8.00
Up to 4kg (average 8 prints)
Standard £9.50 Recorded £12.00
Up to 6kg (average 12 prints)
Standard £12.00 Recorded £16.00
Up to 8kg (average 16 prints)
Standard £15.50 Recorded £19.00
Up to 10kg (average 20 prints)
Standard £18.00 Recorded £21.00
How/When will you return my prints to me?
Your images will be returned in their original packaging using Royal Mail standard or recorded delivery within 4 weeks of the competition
How do I mount my image?
Use either a frame mount or board back your images
When will my images be judged?
We cannot guarantee what time your images will be judged but we do aim to judge all images within the times given on our website.
How many images can I enter?
As many as you like, there are no rules regarding how many you can submit.
All bookings are final. We reserve the right to change speakers and exhibitors without notice.
Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 357 days to book for the SWPP Convention starting on Wednesday 20th January 2016
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