September 28th, 2016

Bromsgrove youngsters could have their picture of their favourite landmark put on the side of a National Express coach

Bromsgrove youngsters could have their picture of their favourite landmark put on the side of a National Express coach Bromsgrove youngsters could have their picture of their favourite landmark put on the side of a National Express coach
Updated: 11:59 pm, Jul 15, 2016

YOUNGSTERS can get the chance to have a picture of their favourite landmark on the side of a coach by entering a new art competition.

To enter the National Express’ Colour the Coach contest, youngsters should draw their favourite local landmark and Paul Parkin, well known for his unique coffee portraits, will be judging entries from Bromsgrove and the wider area.

The best design, as chosen by Paul, will be turned into a special one-off ‘landmark livery’ to go on a National Express coach and the winner will also be presented with a cheque for £50.

Colour the Coach is open to children aged between five and 15 and the deadline for entries is Monday (July 18).

Entries must be landscape designs on A4 paper and need to be sent to National Express Coach Art Competition, National Express House, Mill Lane, Birmingham, B5 6DD.

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