Get involved in our Global Recycling Day art competition!
Published: 10 February 2021
It’s Global Recycling Day on 18 March 2021 and to raise awareness of the importance of recycling, South Liverpool Homes (SLH) is running a recyclable materials arts and crafts competition where you can show off your creativity and be in with the chance of winning £25 in supermarket vouchers.
Did you know that almost 60% of the rubbish that we throw away could be recycled? By recycling this waste not only are we cutting our carbon footprint, but we are also saving our planet and making sure it remains clean and tidy for the future generations.
The theme of the competition is ‘The Environment’. This means that your artwork can be anything natural. Whether it’s your favourite animal, plant or landscape, we welcome all innovative creations and ideas!
How to enter
To take part in the competition, all you need to do is create a piece of artwork from everyday recyclable materials found in your home. If you’re not sure whether your materials are recyclable or not, you can check at www.recyclenow.com/local-recycling.com or look for the recycling logos on your rubbish.
Please email a picture of your entry, including your name, age, where you’re from in South Liverpool and a title for your work of art to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 10 March 2021 and the winning entries will be published on South Liverpool Homes website, social media pages and in our Everyone Together email newsletter, which goes out monthly to anyone who is interested in getting involved with SLH and their local community.
Winners will be contacted via same method of artwork submission. Submissions must be compromised of recyclable materials only. The three winning entries will each receive £25 in supermarket vouchers.
Good luck, and don’t forget to recycle!
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