We are excited to launch our Neighbourhood Watch Jubilee competition and are looking for local area budding artists aged up to 6yrs for our Mini Neighbourhood Watch artist competition and 7yrs to 16yrs for our Neighbourhood Watch artist. Simply colour in our picture and tell us why the Queen should visit your street/community and what is so great about where you live, no more than 100 words. It’s in Derbyshire so you have a head start already!
We will select two winners one mini neighbourhood watch artist 6yrs and under and one neighbourhood watch artist 7yrs to 16yrs as a winner from each of the Derbyshire areas below and then an overall winner for Derbyshire on the 7th June 2022. Why not get your whole village involved as part of the jubilee to build up and make sure to keep your eyes open for the artwork in your local area. Would you like to display it in your local area then contact us email@example.com
Derbyshire Neighbourhood Watch for the Queen’s jubilee is asking the children of Derbyshire to colour in our jubilee picture and tell us why the Queen should visit their street/community for the Jubilee. Answer in no more than 100 words.
Further Information On How To Enter
The closing date of the competition is Tuesday the 7th June 2022 at 5 pm
By entering the competition you are giving us user consent to display your artwork around Derbyshire and local events and on our Derbyshire Neighbourhood Watch Facebook Group with our Facebook activity (No contact details will be disclosed on display). No cash alternatives will be offered and judges’ decisions will be final.
If you would like to be involved in handing out and displaying the artwork for your community then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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