E2020 ART COMPETITION – HOW DO OUR CHILDREN SEE A GREENER FUTURE?

Looking after our environment is something we are all trying to more of and encouraging our children to adopt the right habits, from turning off light switches to recycling, is a great way to get them involved and set them on the ‘greener’ track. 

To show just how they see the future of the environment and our homes Worcester is inviting children from across the country to put paint, pencil, crayon or even photography and collage to paper, in its nationwide Environment E2020 art competition.  

Completely free of charge and simple to enter – all children up to the age of 16  need to do is use their imagination to create a piece of art that reflects the theme, ‘Environment and the Home’. So a chimney with a bad cough or a home that uses natural sources around us such as sunlight, wind or water power, could be great starting points, but the more creative the better!

The competition runs throughout the year with one winner selected from each of the age groups (0-6, 7 – 11 and 12 – 16 year olds) in spring, summer, autumn and winter, and with the lucky entrants each receiving £100 worth of Love2Shop vouchers.

Once a year an overall winner is then picked from each of the three age groups to scoop £500 of Love2Shop vouchers, which will be redeemable on a holiday or activity of their choice. They will also be invited to a Gala Awards Event to be presented with their Environmental Image of the Year Award by the guest of honour.

Entry forms can be downloaded from Worcester’s website at this link or can be requested by calling 01905 752709.

Households and schools can enter as many times as they like but each entry needs to be accompanied by a separate form so it can be judged easily.

For further information visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/environment

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