NEW! Window poster competition for children in Wallasey Ward

Children living in Wallasey Ward have two weeks to enter a new competition organised by local Councillors Ian Lewis, Lesley Rennie and Paul Hayes to come up with the best window poster.

Many homes around Wallasey are already proudly displaying drawings, paintings and colourings in by children - rainbows, messages and support for our NHS and vital services.

The competition has also been given the backing of many of our local shops and traders - with a great range of prizes.  When life returns to normal, as it will, these shops and traders will need your support too.

To enter the competition, which will be judged by the Mayor and Mayoress of Wirral, Cllr Tony and Mrs Barbara Smith, simply send a photo or a PDF of your child's artwork to ianlewis@wirral.gov.uk and include your name, address and phone number, along with the name and age of the artist and the categories you wish to enter.  Make sure you take part by 5pm on Friday 1st May.

Categories and Prizes:

Child aged up to 6 years:

Child aged 7-11 years:

Poster about our NHS:

SEN children:

Child of a key worker:

Or, if you have a doggie that needs to be pampered, you can choose the grooming pack kindly donated by Wirral Dog Groomers as your prize instead!    

 

This competition is the idea of the three local councillors.  While are grateful for the support of those who have donated prizes - their donation is not to a political party and no support is implied.