National Stationery Week sponsor, Maped Helix, are launching a pencil case design competition for youngsters aged six to sixteen, with the chance to win their own pencil case full of Maped Helix stationery.
One winner per age category will be chosen by a select panel of judges to have their pencil case handmade by Yorkshire designer Mrs Mooncow, and four runners up will also win a £50 bundle of Maped Helix stationery. The judging panel includes newly-appointed Maped Helix managing director Gray Richmond, First News’ Competitions Manager, Kirsty Macdonald, and National Stationery Week founder Chris Leonard-Morgan.
Gray Richmond, Managing Director at Maped Helix added, “colouring and creating are vital in a child’s development. It gives them real freedom to create whatever they can imagine; we’re really excited to see the fun and stylish designs that the children will create.”
Lianne Fletcher, Maped Helix’s Marketing Manager said, “Maped Helix are proud to sponsor National Stationery Week. This is a really fun way to celebrate our partnership. We want children to empty their pencil cases and design a new one to store their treasured stationery and colouring items.
The competition is open from today and closes on the 1st May. All entries can be submitted via email to email@example.com or via post to Maped Helix/NSW Pencil Case competition, Small Man Media, 2nd Floor, 6 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4BL.
For more information www.mapedhelix.co.uk