Submissions are open for the annual mayor and leader Richmond Christmas card competition

  Posted: 14.09.21 at 10:55 by Stuart Higgins

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There’s still 103 days until Xmas and the Mayor of Richmond Cllr. Geoff Acton has issued an early appeal to budding artists to design his annual Christmas card.

The fortunate winner will then have their special design made into a REAL card which will become the official card for the Mayor, who will send them out.

The artist with the winning entry will also be invited to tea with the Mayor in his parlour with two or three runners up

The competition is open to primary school children aged between 5 and 11 who lives or attend schools in the borough of Richmond upon Thames.

For guidance entries should be A5 in size (fold an A4 sheet in half) as colourful as you like and your own original image.

Please write the name of the child, their age and their school or address on the back of their entry so we are able to notify them if they win.

The Mayor of Richmond, Councillor Geoff Acton, and the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Suzette Nicholson. Credit: Richmond Borough Council.

How to enter:
Designs should be submitted to the Mayor’s Support Officer, by 5pm on Friday 12 November 2021.
Submit your entry by post to:

Mayor’s Christmas Card Competition
Mayor's Office
York House
Richmond Road

Or email to [email protected]

Unfortunately entries cannot be returned due to the volume expected to be received.

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