Monday, 30 November 2020

Mayor in first card competition visit

HENLEY Mayor Stefan Gawrysiak visited Badgemore Primary School to promote his competition to design his official Christmas card. Cllr Gawrysiak

HENLEY Mayor Stefan Gawrysiak visited Badgemore Primary School to promote his competition to design his official Christmas card. Cllr Gawrysiak gave festive hats to pupils and explained the rules of the annual contest, which is supported by the Standard and is open to all its readers. He will be visiting every primary school in Henley over the next few weeks.

All you have to do to enter this year’s Mayor’s Christmas card competition is design a card with the theme “Family Christmas in Henley”. Pets can be included.

The creator of the winning design will be presented with a certificate and be invited to turn on the Christmas tree lights with the Mayor at the Christmas Festival and late-night shopping event in Henley on Friday, December 6. The winner will also receive four tickets to see the pantomime Cinderella starring Shane Richie at the Wycombe Swan theatre. There are two runners-up prizes: £30 worth of art supplies from Bagatelle Toys or a £30 voucher to spend at the Bell Bookshop.

Entries must be on either A4 paper (landscape or portrait) or A5 paper. The image will be reproduced as an A5 card printed by the Higgs Group, owners of the Henley Standard.

We kindly ask that pictures are made using paint or felt-tip pens, as crayon, chalk, pastels, glitter and embellishments cannot be reproduced as a Christmas card.

Entries must be received by November 23 and the judging will take place on Friday, November 30. Entries should be sent to Jacqui Brazil, Henley Town Hall, Market Place, Henley, RG9 2AQ. Don’t forget to include your name, age, address and contact details, including a daytime telephone number. Good luck!

* Cinderella is at the Wycombe Swan from Saturday, December 7 until Sunday, January 5. For tickets call 01494 512000 or visit www.wycombeswan.co.uk

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