Could your artwork be the design for Rennie Grove's 2021 Christmas card?

Rennie Grove’s Christmas card competition is open

Tuesday, 29th December 2020, 4:34 pm
Updated Tuesday, 29th December 2020, 4:36 pm

Rennie Grove Hospice Care is inviting the public to design a Christmas card that could feature in the charity’s Christmas card collection next year.

Rennie Grove will choose winners from each category and two overall winners to feature in its popular Christmas card offering, which is available to buy in the charity’s shops and online.

This year there will be an adults category, as well as the children categories. The deadline for the competition is Friday, January 15.

Christmas Card winner 2019 Ella Norman with Deborah Gould in January 2020 (photo taken before lockdown)

Last year’s winner, Ella (pictured) won the top prize with a stunning design titled ‘Peace at Christmas’.

Deborah Gould, the charity’s retail and trading director, said: “We can’t wait to see what our supporters create.

“Last year’s entries were amazing. We were so pleased to receive so many lovely designs from our supporters, and Ella’s card has been a lovely addition to our selection of Christmas cards this year.

“In 2021, we would like to include more designs from local people to showcase some of the talent we have in the area and give our supporters a chance to get involved.”

Categories include ages seven and under, ages eight to ten, ages eleven to seventeen, and those 18 years or older.

The cards will be judged by the managers of Rennie Grove’s shops, and each category winner will receive a pack of 10 cards printed with their design.

The two overall winners will be added to the Rennie Grove Christmas card range in 2021, and sold to raise money for the charity.

For more details of the Christmas card competition and how to enter click here.