AUTUMN POETRY AND BOOKMARK COMPETITIONS 2020

Staff July 30, 2020

The Ministry of Culture through the Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS), and in conjunction with The Gibraltar Chronicle, is once again holding a Poetry Competition as part of the 2020 Autumn Cultural Programme.

The poetry competition is open to Gibraltarians and residents of Gibraltar. Up to two original works may be submitted.

The overall winner will receive the Ministry of Culture prize of £1000 and a trophy. There will also be six categories as follows: Cat 1. School Years 3 and 4; Cat 2. School Years 5 and 6; Cat 3. School Years 7 to 10;

Cat 4. School Years 11 to 13; Cat 5. Adult Category and Cat 6. Best Poem in the Spanish Language.

The winner in each school category will receive a voucher and a pen, kindly donated by the Gibraltar Chronicle, plus a Trophy from the Ministry of Culture. All the winning entries will be printed in the Gibraltar Chronicle.

The Bookmark Competition is in conjunction with the Gibraltar Dyslexia Support Group, and is also part of this year’s Autumn Cultural Programme.

The Bookmark competition is open to adults and children who are residents of Gibraltar. Two two original works may be submitted per participant. The overall winner will receive the Ministry of Culture prize of £500 and a trophy. There will also be three categories based on school years (or college equivalent) as follows: A. School Years 3 and 6;

B. School Years 7 to 10; C. School Years 11 to 13 and the Adult Category.

The winner in each school category will receive a £100 voucher and trophy.

Entry forms and full conditions, for both competitions, are available from: All Schools; The Department of Education, 23 Queensway; Gibraltar Cultural Services, John Mackintosh Hall, 308 Main Street or via E-mail on info@culture.gi

Entries must reach Gibraltar Cultural Services at the City Hall by Friday 9th October.

Further information available from Gibraltar Cultural Services, Events Department, City Hall on telephone 20067236 or info@culture.gi

 

 

  

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