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Songs of Praise – Christmas Card competition

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Songs of Praise has launched a UK-wide competition calling on all budding artists to dig out their paintbrushes, to help raise money for BBC Children in Need. The competition will give amateur artists the opportunity to have their artwork featured on a Christmas Card which will be sold during the festive period to raise money for the Charity.

Welcoming entries from people of all ages and abilities, the public are being encouraged to artistically reflect what Christmas means to them. Entries will be judged on their originality, creativity, public appeal and their ability to capture the spirit of Christmas.

A total of ten winners will be selected, by a small judging panel, and their artwork will be used to create a card for the Songs of Praise Christmas Card pack. The judges, to be announced in due course, will include an expert from the arts world and a presenter from Songs of Praise.

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Christmas Stamp Competition – 2013

In 2013 Royal Mail set children across the UK the very important task of designing this year’s Christmas stamps.

The two winners have now been chosen and the designs by Molly Robson, aged 7, and Rosie Hargreaves will now feature on our First and Second Christmas stamps.

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Their fantastic designs were chosen from 240,000 entries and were selected by a panel of judges including His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

We’ve also created a gallery to showcase the amazing pictures we received from children across the UK, aged 4-11 years-old, in response to the question ‘What does the Christmas season mean to you?’.

 

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Website

http://www.royalmailstampcompetition.com