Junior competition

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Win a £60 gift card for Blairdrummond Safari Park and a year’s subscription to the National Geographic Kids magazine!

This year marks 51 years since Earth Day first began.

It takes place on 22 April and is an opportunity for people across the globe to come together not only to celebrate the world, but to also highlight how important it is we protect our precious planet for future generations.

Keep the kids busy during the Easter holidays with our drawing competition! We’re looking for colourful posters to support Earth Day. This could include drawings of wildlife, nature, landscapes, or tackling environmental issues such as litter or pollution.

Two winners will have their entries displayed in front of thousands of members on the Glasgow Credit Union website and on our social media profiles.

Who can enter?
The competition is open to children aged between 4 and 16 years old. Whether it’s your own child, grandchild, niece or nephew, get them involved!

How do they enter?

Step 1:

Get your child to design their poster. Any drawing tools can be used (pens, pencils, paint, crayons, pastels, etc.) in any colour they like.

– The poster can contain a positive message if they like.
– Design in landscape format (wider than it is tall).
Step 2:

Take a photo of the finished design and email it to [email protected], along with the full name and age of the child who designed it, and your relationship to the child.

Make sure the photo is nice and clear!


£60 gift card for Blairdrummond Safari Park:
Located just outside Stirling, Blair Drummond Safari Park is one of Scotland’s most exciting visitor attractions and the perfect place for a family day out. Home to over 350 rare and exotic animals, you’ll meet Scotland’s only giraffes, take a drive through their animal reserves and come face-to-face with lions, rhinos and monkeys!
1-year subscription to National Geographic Kids magazine:
13 print issues packed full of fascinating facts, puzzles and breath-taking imagery about the environment, animals, history and culture. This subscription will also support the work of National Geographic’s scientists, explorers and educators to help protect the natural world!

Make sure to get your entries in before the competition closes on Sunday 18 April.

Good luck!

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