Worksop, S80 3AZ, Nottinghamshire
To celebrate the restoration of Clumber Park’s (Nottinghamshire) Ornamental Bridge, they’re inviting you to get creative and take part in a writing competition.
The competition is open to all ages and abilities, with a 500-word limit.
What can I submit?
Stories can be factual, fictional, songs or poetry – let your imagination run wild! The only rules are your entry must make reference to the Ornamental Bridge and be 500 words, or less.
Handwritten, typed and recorded entries are welcome.
There are five age categories:
• Young children – 5 years – 9 years
• Juniors – 10 years – 13 years
• Teenager – 14 years – 17 years
• Young Adult – 18 years – 25 years
• Adult – 26+ years
Competition winners will have their work published in Made In magazine and receive a framed copy of the publication.
Winners will be contacted by Friday 1st May 2020, so please ensure you submit your contact details with your entry (telephone number and email address), as well as which category you are entering.
How to enter
Entries can be submitted in the park, at the Information Point or in the Discovery Centre. Entries can also be submitted by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, recorded entries must stick to the 500-word limit.
The deadline for submissions is Sunday 19th April 2020.
Looking for inspiration?
Why not join a story walk led by the Discovery Centre Team, who will help you explore your creative side? They can even arrange a bespoke walk into the park for your group or organisation.
They are also hosting workshops throughout the Easter school holiday in their writing den, in the Discovery Centre, where you can put pen to paper after your trip round the park.
In a nutshell…
Anything goes – fact, fiction, song or poetry.
Accepted formats – handwritten entries can be dropped off in the park and typed or recorded entries can be submitted to email@example.com
Don’t forget! – Include your age, so your entry is submitted to the right category.
By submitting an entry, you are agreeing to the National Trust and Clumber Park publishing your work in full or in part, for future promotional projects.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or myself!