Nantwich Mayor Invites Children to Design Christmas Card

The Mayor of Nantwich is on the hunt to find a budding young artist to design this year’s Christmas card.

Councillor Andrew Martin is inviting young residents and pupils of Nantwich, under the age of 16, to come up with a design along the theme of ‘Christmas in Nantwich’.

The winning design will feature on the official card sent out by the Mayor this Christmas to many dignitaries, community groups and individuals across the area. The winner will also receive a book token courtesy of Nantwich Book Shop.

Mayor Councillor Andrew Martin said: “Last year we had some outstanding entries and once again I’m really looking forward to seeing what Christmas in Nantwich means to the younger generation of the town. It’s also the perfect opportunity to see what talent we have.”

The designs must be submitted in A4 size, landscape or portrait, but must be the entrant’s own original work.

Entries should be sent to Sheryl Birtles, Nantwich Town Council, Nantwich Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich, CW5 5DG and the closing date is Friday 11th November.

Entrants should put their name, age, address, contact number and name of their school on the back of the entry.

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