We are pleased to announce the launch of GRI’s annual Christmas Card Competition.
We are inviting primary schools across the UK to take part and the winning design will be made into our official Christmas e-card for 2018.
How to Enter
To take part all you need to do is enter your school’s designs no later than Friday 16th November.
There are no limits on design - it can be traditional, modern or funny, as long as it's Christmassy!
Download this poster and display it in your school to let everyone know about the competition.
To make the process of collecting responses easier, we have created an entry form you can download for your children to design their artwork on, or you can use your own paper - but it can’t be any bigger than A4 in size.
You can send your artwork to us by post or scan the design and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas Card Competition
Booths Park 1
Please ensure you fill out the child’s name, age and school on each picture. Unfortunately, artwork cannot be returned.
The winning entry will be announced on Monday 3rd December 2018.
One lucky winner will receive £50 worth of National Book Tokens, a pack of Christmas cards printed with their own design, a customised bauble and Cadbury Selection Box.
Not only this, but the winner’s school will receive £500 in cash, or the equivalent value in National Book Tokens for their library.
Two runners-up will also receive prizes – printed Christmas cards and a Cadbury Selection Box each.
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Terms & Conditions
The competition is open to children aged 5 to 11 years. Children must be residents in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland. One entry per child only. Entries will not be returned.
The closing date for entries is Friday 16th November 2018.
Entries should be sent by post (unfolded) to: Christmas Cards, GRI UK, Booths Park 1, Chelford Road, Knutsford WA16 8GS, or scanned in and emailed to email@example.com.
GRI reserves the right to edit or adapt the drawings submitted. GRI reserves the right to publish the winning card and, where consent is provided, details of the winner (e.g. first name, age and school of the entrant) as and where deemed appropriate. This could include the GRI website and social media pages.
The winner and runners up will be notified via their school(s) on Monday 3rd December.
The winning design will be used on the front cover of GRI’s Christmas e-card, which will be sent to its clients and suppliers via email. Details of the winner may be included on the card where consent has been given.