Have you got an aspiring young writer in the family?
Budding young writers can have a spring in their step thanks to a great new story competition. And there is even the chance for them to have their story read out at Leeds Central Library as the prize. The Yorkshire Evening Post has teamed up with Leeds Library and Information Service for this Spring-themed contest.
To enter children just have to write a story of 200 words or less. It must also start with the following intro which is not included in the word count.
“It really felt like the first day of Spring. Amongst the snowdrops I saw something sparkling on the grass…….. ”
There will be categories for primary schoolchildren, secondary schoolchildren and pupils at special schools. The winning stories will then be read out by Leeds illustrator and author of Mariella Mystery Investigates series, Kate Pankhurst on April 10. The winners will also have a chance to meet Kate.
Usual Johnston Press rules apply, go to http://www.johnstonpress.co.uk/competition