Clean Growth Writing Competition
Your task (should you accept it!) is to write an essay or poem which answers the following question:
What I would do to help stop the effects of climate change on Sidmouth……..
Penguin author and Sunday Times best-seller Jane Corry will judge the entries. There will be a prize for the most interesting and thought-provoking piece. Your ideas will provide a stimulus to the discussions and help inspire the planning of next year’s Science Festival programme.
Submissions should be no more than 500 words. The deadline is 6pm on 31st January 2020. Entries can be handwritten or typed and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please state which category you would like to be entered for.
The 3 categories for prizes are:
· Primary School entries – winner will receive a Science book
· Secondary School entries – winner will receive £30 Winstone’s book voucher
· General public entry – winner will receive £30 winstone’s book voucher