The giveaway is open to all and is free to enter. The winner will be chosen at random from all correct entries. The judges' decision is final. No cash alternative. The prize is a gift card pre-loaded with £65 credit from Amici London, 205-209 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5QS. Full terms and conditions of Amici’s gift card scheme can be found at http://www.amici-london.com/kennington/index.php/gift-cards/43. The prize must be collected in person from Amici by the randomly selected winner, before 31st January 2013. Entry via following @KenningtonLets and @Amici205 on Twitter and re-tweeting any of the competition tweets throughout November. The winner must be following @KenningtonLets and @Amici205 for entry to be valid. The competition will close at 6pm on Saturday 30th November 2013. The winner will be chosen at random from all Twitter entries and notified by 2nd December 2013. A person may enter multiple competitions across the Winkworth group (consisting of Battersea, Clapham, Kennington and Pimlico) but should their name be drawn more than once, they will only be entitled to one prize, of the winner’s choosing. Winkworth reserve the right to amend the competition at any time without notice.
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