1. Members of the Association or members of their families are not eligible to submit an application.
  2. By submitting an application and providing the relevant personal information the applicant accepts that she/he is consenting to the terms of the Association’s Privacy Statement and the use of their personal information in all aspects of the award process, including but not exclusively, screening and judging applications and publicity. In accordance with the Association’s Privacy Statement, personal data provided as part of the application process will be retained for 24 months after the award is made at which time it will be removed from the Association’s website. Names and contact details of applicants to, and winners of, awards may be archived by the Association for the historical record.
  3. The judges reserve the right not to make an award and their decision is final and binding in all matters.
  4. The applicant accepts that the Association will not be responsible or liable for any action or complaint including legal costs, taken by any third party against the applicant and/or the Association in relation to the applicant’s submission.
  5. The copyright of the material submitted will remain with the applicant. However, material submitted must be made available – free of charge – for potential future use by the Association; the Association will at all times acknowledge copyright.
  6. The successful applicant is responsible for the publication of his/her material and must acknowledge the Mary Mulvihill Memorial Award when referring to or reproducing the winning entry in all publications, in all media. If requested, the Association will give guidance to the successful applicant on securing publication.

Past Winners