Primary School competition for Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
Today, on the Queen’s 96th Birthday and in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Ipswich Member of Parliament Tom Hunt is delighted to announce his new ‘Jubilee card for the Queen competition’ for all Primary Schools and Children aged 11 and under. Tom is asking for children across his Ipswich constituency to design their best card to send to the Queen to celebrate 70 years on the throne.
Whilst there is no limit to the design, it must be colourful and cheerful to reflect the spirit of the celebrations. Entries must be A4 size using pen or pencil and sent to Tom’s Parliamentary Office at ‘Tom Hunt MP, Houses of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA’. Please don’t forget to put your name, age and address on the design to make sure we know how to contact the winner!
The competition ends on 17th May with Tom and his team judging the winner and all those who deserve a special mention.
Tom Hunt MP commented “I am really excited to announce my new ‘Jubilee card for the Queen’ competition for Children in Ipswich. This year we mark an incredible achievement by our Queen. 70 years of incredible and loyal service deserves a special celebration and I know with all the amazing young artists we have in Ipswich, this is a great way.
I am very much looking forward to judging all the amazing entries we are going to have and choosing which card will be sent to Buckingham Palace on behalf of myself, and all the people of Ipswich. Good luck!”
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