Brighten up Frome Mayor's Christmas card
FROME Mayor Dickon Moore is calling on children to design his Christmas card for this year.
The card will be sent out to wish a happy Christmas to lots of people in the town, and Mr Moore hopes that children will set about designing the card in school and at home.
The competition is open to children aged eight and under.
He said: "This year's theme is Christmas in Frome, and I want entrants to let their imaginations run wild. It might be your favourite place to be in Frome at Christmastime, or where you think Father Christmas might land in the town.
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"There is so much creativity in the town and I have no doubt that there will be some great designs.
"Anything that relates to the mayor's charities might have an edge."
The entries will be displayed in the window of the Palmer Street council offices and posted on the Mayor's Facebook page, and there will be prizes for the winner and runners-up.
The winner will also assist the mayor switching on the lights at the town's Christmas Extravaganza on Saturday, November 30.
The closing date for entries is Friday, November 15, at 5pm.
Send entries to Mayor's Christmas Card Competition, Frome Town Council, 5 Palmer Street, Frome BA11 1DS.
Don't forget to write your name, age, address and name of school on the back of the entry.