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SEASON’S GREETINGS: Hertsmere children invited to enter annual seasonal card competition

 Published on: 12th September 2023   |   By: Annabel Stock   |   Category: Uncategorized

Children are being asked to help spread some seasonal cheer by entering Hertsmere Borough Council’s annual seasonal card competition.

The council is looking for a cheerful festive design to be used on its electronic greeting card. Designs can represent religious festivals or aspects of the season.

Entries from youngsters aged 11 or below who live or go to school in the borough are invited and must be submitted before Friday 20 October. Winners will receive a certificate and a £50 gift voucher. Second and third place winners will receive a certificate and a £30 and £20 gift voucher respectively.

A prizegiving ceremony with the Mayor will take place in Hertsmere Borough Council’s Civic Offices.

Councillor Chris Myers, Mayor of Hertsmere, said: “Christmas is my favourite time of year and I am thoroughly looking forward to hosting this year’s seasonal card competition prizegiving ceremony, it is such a joyful event!

“I can’t wait to see the designs our budding artists come up with this year and I hope to have lots of entries to choose from.

“We really appreciate the support this competition receives from schools and the local community each year – it is a wonderful way to spread seasonal cheer!”

Invitations have been sent to all the primary and junior schools in the borough to encourage participation in the competition.

The winning design will be reproduced by a designer and also replicated on our website and social media channels. The rules for entry and how to enter are available on our website at www.hertsmere.gov.uk/seasonalcardcomp

Photo credit: Hertsmere Facebook

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