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North Norfolk youngsters photographic competition

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Driftwood Gallery in Sheringham Driftwood Gallery in Sheringham

To celebrate the opening of the new Tourist Information centre in Sheringham and working in conjunction with NNDC and Sheringham Chamber of trade , Driftwood Gallery are running a competition for young people in this area.

Closing date is the 21st February, The title is: What makes someone want to come to North Norfolk, the subject can be anything to show why North Norfolk is great.

Entrants should be emailed to Nicki at Driftwood gallery Sheringham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You should include your name, age, telephone number and school with your entry. Closing date is 21st February.

There are some great prizes and a presentation day has been set for the 9th March at Sheringham Community Centre.

 

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