Stevenage, Hitchin and Letchworth towns will be going for “In Bloom” gardening glory this summer – and they need a little something to publicise the event. So ARCH Community Group, together with the Advertiser newspaper, are looking for 3 young people in the area to design a poster for the three competitions.
You have to live or go to school in the town you are designing the poster for – Stevenage, Hitchin or Letchworth. The theme of the poster is: Garden Olympics or Flowers, Bees, Birds & Trees. The poster can be created using any art materials or paint and should be produced on A3 or A4 paper. So we are looking for a poster which is inspired by the ARCH group’s motto, while incorporating the Olympic Games – we are sure this will give you lots of scope for some colourful ideas. The winning posters will be used to promote this year’s In Bloom competition and entries into Anglia in Bloom.
Completed posters should be sent to: The Advertiser, 34 Bancroft, Hitchin, SG5 1LA. Please send by 31st March. Please ensure that your name, age address and a contact telephone number on the back. Unfortunately your poster cannot be returned and there is only one entry per person. You have to be 16 or under to enter. The posters will be judged by the ARCH Community Group and The Advertiser and their decision is final.
Please don’t forget our Tool Amnesty, while having your spring clean this year. Happy to accept unwanted tools and composts (bagged) but unfortunately we cannot accept chemicals. Also, if you can help ARCH Community Group in any way, either as a volunteer to help with admin, fundraising, sponsorship or anything that we haven’t thought of yet, then please call Steve or Caroline on 01438 233554 for further information.
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