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Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Competition
9:24am Thursday 19th April 2012 in Lifestyle
THE Guardian Series is launching a very special competition to reward our best young artists.
We are giving away three family tickets for the Legoland® Windsor Resort to the winners of our fantastic painting and drawing competition in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The contest is open to children aged between four and 11 and the winners of the three different age groups – as chosen by the public – will each receive one of the Legoland family tickets, which gives free entry to the theme park for two adults and two children.
The creator of the best piece overall piece of art, chosen by a panel of judges from the three category winners, will not only receive the ticket but will also see their picture used on the front cover of our special Diamond Jubilee supplement.
This special souvenir publication, out on May 31, will be a trip down memory lane, remembering Her Majesty’s special visits to our boroughs.
The three age groups are four to six, seven to eight and nine to 11.
All you have to do is paint or draw a picture of the Queen – it couldn’t be easier!
Fill in the coupon by following this link, attach it to your picture and send it to: Diamond Jubilee Competition, 8 Simon Campion Court, High Street, Epping, CM16 4AU. You can also hand it in to the same address.
Your entry must reach us by 5pm on the closing date, Friday May 11.
Readers will then be invited to pick the best entries by telephone vote.
RULES: The children of employees of Newsquest (London) and their immediate families are not eligible to enter; the qualifying date for the age categories is the entrant’s age at the end of the closing date on May 11; the judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into; the winners will be those who receive the most public votes in the text and phone poll; all entries must be signed by an adult; all entrants must be willing to take part in publicity surrounding the competition.