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Design Mayor's eCard to Win prize!

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The Mayor of Littlehampton Councillor Tracey Baker invites the young people of Littlehampton aged 4 to 11 years to design the Council’s Civic 2019 Christmas eCard.

There will be prizes for the top three entries with the winner scooping up a gift voucher for The Works worth £25 while two runners-up will be given a £10 voucher.

Whether it be squirrels “Rocking around the Christmas Tree” in Mewsbrook Park, or Reindeer on the Roof of Littlehampton Museum, this is your chance to let your imagination go wild.

Youngsters have until the 13th November to submit their entry which must include the words “Merry Christmas” and be drawn or painted in bold colours on an A4 sheet, it can be landscape or portrait. All entries must be accompanied by a completed entry form available from the Town Council’s website and the Manor House in Church Street. Winners must be available on Wednesday 20th November 2019 to collect their prize and meet the Mayor for a photograph and presentation.

Speaking about the competition Town Mayor, Councillor Tracey Baker, said: “Traditionally the Mayor sends a Christmas card to the many wonderful organisations and Mayors of neighbouring Towns but in my bid to reduce carbon footprint I am doing something different by sending an electronic card. So, I’m inviting all School aged children in Littlehampton to enter and show me their artistic flair. Get your imagination flowing, I can’t wait to see your entries. Good luck kids!”

Entry forms available here