To enter is easy: JUNO will hide a tiny golden JUNO logo within the 50th (Late Summer) issue. All you need to do is write to them and tell them where the logo is hidden. You can give them the page number, feature name or description.
You can enter online here from 1 August 2017, or write to them at JUNO Magazine, The Elms Farm, Upper Tockington Road, Tockington, Bristol, BS32 4LQ.
Entries must be received before midnight (UK time) on Sunday 10 September. Prizes will be drawn at random and winners will be announced on the JUNO website on Monday 11 September.
The prizes will be divided into two categories: Baby and General.
You can select entry in one or both categories, but you cannot win more than one prize.
If you find the logo, please do not tell others or post the information on social media. If you are found to have done this, you will be disqualified from the competition. JUNO Publishing competition rules also apply.
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