Alien Day 2016

Win a replica Aliens Marine helmet made by Terry English,
the manufacturer of the armour featured in Aliens!

The UKCM are pleased to announce a rare opportunity to win a Terry English Marine helmet (worth £500) to celebrate ‘Alien Day’ on April 26th, we are running a charity competition. Proceeds to go to Great Ormond Street.

The helmet will also come with a signed letter from Terry English and paper work of authenticity to prove it's the real deal.

Each competition entry is £5, all monies raised will be given to charity.


About Terry English

“Terry English is one of the worlds leading armourers, working for Film, Television, and the entertainment industry and producing works for both private collections and museums across the world. He has been creating armour for over 50 years. He has worked on many classic film productions including Excalibur, Aliens, Batman and Robin, and Jabberwocky to name but a few.”

take a look at more of Terry's work on his website.

Terry English Armourer

How to Enter

  1. PayPal £5 (GBP) as a gift to:
  2. Answer the following three questions in the PayPal comments box
    1. What real life vehicle was the Marine APC made out of?
    2. What was the name of the colony on LV-426?
    3. What is written on the side of Vasquez's Smart Gun?
  3. Include your name, address, contact email and phone number

The winner will be selected by Terry English himself from all the entries.

Terms and Conditions
  1. Winner will be selected after the deadline of April 26th 2016 has passed.
  2. Winner will be contacted either by email or telephone to claim their prize.
  3. If the prize is not claimed by the winner within 7 days, another selection will take place.
  4. All competition entries are non-refundable.
  5. All decisions are final.
  6. This competition is not associated with 20th Century Fox or it's affiliates.
  7. Picture shown is not actual prize. Helmet shown is another helmet made by Terry English. Actual prize helmet will be made to order upon selection of a winner.
  8. Cash exchanges on prizes not available.
  9. By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  10. The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by British law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of United Kingdom.
  11. International (outside of the UK) winners must pay shipping costs.