OUP Christmas Music Prize Draw / Sweepstake

Choirs have had a difficult time recently, and we're all hoping that this Christmas will see a return to the joyful choral experience that we've all missed! We want to do whatever we can to help get choirs singing once again, so we're offering one lucky choir the chance to win up to £250 / $350 of Christmas music published by Oxford University Press. To enter all you have to do is find the answer to the question set below...

How to enter

Head over to our main page, and look through the four pages of carols 

to find the answer to the question below. Once you think you’ve found it, come back to this prize draw / sweepstake page to submit your entry.

“One of the carols we published in 2020 tells the story of

how the Red Cross Ship, the Vega, came to the aid of the occupied Channel Islands in 1944. Who wrote the text for this carol?

The prize draw / sweepstake closes at 11.59pm (GMT) on 16 August 2021. Before entering the prize draw / sweepstake, we strongly advise you to read the Terms and Conditions / Rules – you will find these at the foot of this page.

Entry form

To enter, complete the details below. Please note we will use your email address to contact you if you are the chosen winner, so make sure you enter this accurately.

Details provided for your entry will be used solely for the purposes of administering this Prize Draw / Sweepstake. Our Privacy Policy sets out how Oxford University Press handles your personal information, and your rights to object to your personal information being used for marketing to you or being processed as part of our business activities.

Prize Draw Terms and Conditions / Sweepstake Rules

Please read the Terms and Conditions very carefully before submitting an entry into the Prize Draw / Sweepstake.

Unfortunately, entries from residents of other countries (apart from the UK/US) will be excluded from this Prize Draw / Sweepstake.  

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