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Win a signed Brighton & Hove Albion shirt!
 

When cancer is caught earlier, it is very treatable. Speak Up Against Cancer is encouraging local residents in Brighton & Hove to be aware of any changes and have the confidence to get things sorted and move on.

Simply answer the questions below and enter your contact details for your chance to win a Brighton & Hove Albion shirt signed by the first team.

The winner will be drawn at random by 5 August 2019 and contacted by email or telephone.

Draw date: 5 August, 2019

Which strength sun cream is the minimum we recommended using to reduce your risk of developing skin cancer?

Which of the following should you wear when out in the sun for prolonged periods of time?

Which of the following are potential symptoms of skin cancer?


There are more than 15,400 new cases of skin cancer diagnosed in the UK each year.

BUT IF CAUGHT EARLY, IT IS ONE OF THE MOST TREATABLE.

If you have any concerns, please see your GP

Terms and conditions:

To enter the prize draw you must be over 16 years old. You are providing your information to Albion in the Community (AITC) which will be used by AITC in accordance with The General Data Protection Regulation 2018 and AITC’s Privacy Policy which can be found at: www.albioninthecommunity.org.uk/privacy. Entries must be submitted by 1 August 2019 and the winner will be announced in the week commencing 5 August 2019. The competition is not open to employees of AITC or employees of any of its group or associated companies.

If successful, we will contact you by telephone or email. The winner will be selected at random by AITC and this decision is final. Entrants accept that, if they win, AITC will have the right, without additional payment or permission, to use their name, age, town of residence and likeness for the purposes of announcing the winner of this competition and for related promotional purposes.

The personal information you provide only will be used by Albion in the Community and will not be disclosed to any third parties.

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