Win £££ of books in our kids’ poster competition!

Calling all local artists 0-18!

The Library Lobby, the Sutton Coldfield community group campaigning to keep a lively, well-resourced, widely used library in the town centre of Sutton Coldfield needs your help!

Could YOU design an eye-catching poster to raise awareness of the proposed closure of Sutton Coldfield library by Birmingham City Council?

We’re looking for poster designs (any size, any medium) to use on our website, twitter and facebook accounts to highlight why we need to keep a library in Sutton town centre, and what our library means to us.

Three winners will be selected from all entries, one each in the following categories: 0-7 years, 7-11 and 11+, with quite literally hundreds of pounds of books up for grabs.

Winners will be chosen by the award-winning, Sutton Coldfield born illustrator John Shelley.

TO ENTER
Please email a photo of your poster to:

suttoncoldfield@thelibrarylobby.org.uk

by Monday 19th December. Please include the age of the person who designed the poster. If you wish to include their first name you may do so; we will not use full names in our publicity.

By entering this competition, you agree to use of your poster, whether it is chosen as the winning design or not, by The Library Lobby across all media.

If you are under 14 you must obtain parental consent to enter this competition.
Winners will be contacted by email on Wednesday 21st December, with books delivered (if you are a Sutton Coldfield resident) in time for Christmas (Books will be posted to any winners outside the local area, and may not arrive before Christmas).

The winning bundle of books in the 0-7 category - worth over £100
The winning bundle of books in the 0-7 category – worth over £100
The winning bundle of books in the 7-11 category - worth over £100
The winning bundle of books in the 7-11 category – worth over £100
The winning bundle of books in the over 11 category - worth over £40
The winning bundle of books in the over 11 category – worth over £40

Our thanks go to the anonymous local library supporter who has donated these prizes.

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