COLOUR IN LATCHY AND BE IN WITH THE CHANCE OF WINNING A 4K ACTION CAMERA!
In partnership with Latch Ford Big Local (LFBL), Community Objectives are proud to announce a new competition open to all Latchford Big Local residents.
Until 31st May 2020, Latch Ford Big Local resident are being asked to get creative and colour in the Latch Ford Mascot; 'Latchy'.
Since March, as a community we have felt the unified feeling of the unknown. Thsi is a strange time for people and their communities and there's nothing better than some time to clear the mind and getting creative. Well, people across the globe have been pulling together to support each other and now more than ever, we really can see clearly the sense of community spirit. People have been getting colourful by jazzing up their windows, colouring their brickwork, building sculptures or creating home movies.
Now is to time to uplift those moments that we hold dear to our hearts and offer the chance for anyone within the LFBL area to win a Dragon Touch 4K Action Camera. The winner will be announced on the 31st May 2020, 12:00.
So, What do you have to do?
Simple... you need to get creative! and colourful!
ok... maybe not that simple. At the end of this blog we have our activity pack PDF which has been provided to 130 residents already within the Latch Ford Big Local area, along with a creative pack full of bits and bobs to get the creative juices flowing thanks to LFBL funding, St Margarets Community Centre and Local Volunteers.
This document is free for you to download and print off as you wish. It includes our colour in Latchy competition sheet for you to download, print out, or colour it in digitally.
Once you have coloured in your sheet, share it with us on Facebook @Latch Ford or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have fun, go creative and when you do the activities don't forget to share your pictures with us.
DOWNLOAD HERE >>>>>>>>>>
Please Note: This document is not to be altered and sold for profit. You are free to share it with friends and family. Credits must be given when sharing with others.