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Take our survey and you could win a £50 voucher

Can you spare us 10 minutes? We want to find out more about the people who follow us online, whether they visit our website, like us on Facebook or read this blog. All you have to do is complete our survey.

Take our survey and you could win an Amazon voucher. (POST 118/1954)

Take our survey and you could win an Amazon voucher. (POST 118/1954)

Your answers will help us improve our website and social media, and guide us in the development of new digital experiences for our new Postal Museum and Archive. Everyone who completes the survey goes in to the draw for a voucher from Amazon worth £50. The survey closes at 9am on Monday 20 September 2013.

Complete the survey online now at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bpmadigital.

Photography competition

We are offering amateur photographers the chance to win a superb camera, as well as the opportunity to be a part of our upcoming photography exhibition The Post Office in Pictures.

The theme for the competition is ‘the Post Office in the UK’. Entrants are invited to submit an image that illustrates the theme, inspires the viewer, and evokes curiosity to find out more about what is pictured in the photo.

Among the Oasthouses, Kent, 1935 (POST 118/1151)

Among the Oasthouses, Kent, 1935 (POST 118/1151)

Finalists in each of the two categories (under and over 16 years old) will be displayed on the BPMA website, in selected media outlets, and during The Post Office in Pictures photo exhibition.

A panel of judges will select a Winner in both categories, who will receive:

Under-16 Winner: a Nikon Coolpix P500 camera *

Nikon Coolpix P500 camera

Over-16 Winner: a Nikon D3100 camera *

Nikon D3100 camera

These amazing prizes are provided courtesy of audiovisual retailer Sight 2 Sound.

For full details of the competition including guidance on eligibility and instructions for submission of entries please visit http://www.postalheritage.org.uk/photocomp.

To find out more about The Post Office in Pictures exhibition, which is a collaboration between the BPMA and Swindon-based artists from Artsite Ltd, visit http://www.postalheritage.org.uk/inpictures.

* A voucher alternative to each camera will be available on request.