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Classified ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS
It is a condition of acceptance of advertisement orders that the proprietors of this newspaper do not guarantee the insertion of any particular order on a specified date or at all, although every effort will be made to meet the wishes of advertisers. The proprietors reserve the right to alter or re-classify any advertisement to conform with the policy of the paper. No adjustments will be made on errors that do not materially affect the value of the advertisement. Advertisers are requested to check their advertisements the first week it appears and the proprietors will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion, nor will they be liable for any error in an advertisement to a greater extent than the cost of space occupied by that item in the advertisement, further they do not accept liability for any loss or damage caused by an error or inaccuracy in the printing of any advertisement. Readers are advised not to enclose original references or stamped addressed envelopes with their replies. Whilst every endeavour will be made to forward replies to Box Numbers to the advertiser as soon as possible the publisher accepts no liability in respect of any loss or damage alleged to arise through delay in forwarding such replies, however caused. The right to open any letter for examination of contents is reserved. These regulations expressly prohibit advertising which claims that a trader has been endorsed or authorised by a body when they have not and prohibits the use of editorial content to promote a product when the trader has paid for the promotion without stating that it is an advertisement. Claims that a trader is ceasing trading or moving when that is not the case and false claims (or creating the impression) that the trader is not acting in the course of a business are also prohibited. Advertisers please note VAT will be charged on all advertisements unless we hold a copy of your exemption certificate before publication. The wording in the advertisement MUST contain more than just the charity’s name. For example: “Please support…” or “Give generously to…” This is to comply with HM Revenue & Customs.