- Local Rother Valley MP Alexander Stafford launches his 4th Christmas Card Competition, open to all primary school aged children in the constituency
- The winning design will feature prominently on the front of the card, which will be sent to over 2,000 people, including residents in Rother Valley, MPs in the House of Commons and even the Prime Minister himself
- The deadline for receiving entries is early this year, on 23rd October, so the window to enter is short.
- A family ticket to Gulliver's Valley will be the winning prize.
The fourth Rother Valley Christmas Card Competition was launched today by local MP Alexander Stafford.
Open to all children aged 11 and under, the competition will run for a shorter time this year, until 23 October. After this,all entries received will be judged and the winner and runners up announced.
Children wishing to take part should post their entries to Alexander's constituency office at 39 Laughton Road, Dinnington, Sheffield, S25 2PN. Please see below for entry guidance
- Please sent all entries on A4 plain paper
- Please state, on the reverse of the card, the child's full name, the name and address of the parent or guardian giving consent for them to enter, the child's age along with the school they attend and their year group
- Please could children work with coloured pencil, pen or paint only and not use any glitter or anything 3d, like buttons and sequins
Parents or guardians acknowledge by permitting entry that their child's name, age and school will be printed on the card, should they win. We regret that we cannot return original artwork.
Commenting, Alexander said:
"I can't believe that this time has come around again, but here I am asking Rother Valley youngsters to design my Christmas Card for the 2023 season.
For logistical reasons, this competition will only run for a short time, so if your child would like to enter, please do not delay in sending in their design.
I hope that as many children as possible enter and are in with a chance of winning a family ticket to the fantastic Gulliver's Valley!"