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FITC teams up with Nicholas Humphreys to launch children’s art competition

Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) in partnership with Nicholas Humphreys estate agents invite all children aged 5-11 to design their own “To Let” or “For Sale” board.

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All entries will be judged on their creativity, colourfulness and eye-catchiness, with Mr & Mrs Magpie as well as Humphrey Hound picking their favourites.

The winning design will be produced and displayed for all to see on the streets of Nottingham as well as receive Notts County FC Mascot Package for 2018/19 season. The organisers have also kindly prepared prizes for second and third places.

The competition is open to all primary school children for a small entry fee of 50p. All entries must be submitted by Friday 25 May 2018.

For full details, and to download a printable entry form, please click HERE.

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Jonathan MacDonald, director of Nicholas Humphreys Nottingham branch, said: “We are aware of the incredible work that Notts County FC FITC do, not just in schools but also in other areas such as health and social inclusion.”

He added: “We believe this initiative is a great way in which to involve local children in raising money to support the on-going work of FITC.”

To launch the competition, Mr and Mrs Magpie along with Humphrey Hound visited the Notts County FC Academy to meet the incredibly talented u9s who will be submitting their own entries in due course.

Zara Lund, Primary Schools Project Manager, also commented: “All our projects aim to support primary aged children to attain in all areas of the curriculum and real-life connections in the classroom ensure learning experiences are fun, engaging, and meaningful.”

“We’re excited to showcase the work of talented local artists with the support of the Nicholas Humphreys and look forward to seeing the winning entry on the streets of Nottingham very soon.”

For more information, please contact James Bromley jb@nottscountyfitc.org.uk, or call 0115 955 7215.

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