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'Generation Lockdown' gets writing!

'Generation Lockdown' gets writing!

Share your stories about life in lockdown in a new competition for those aged 7 to 17 years! You can write up to 700 words about life in lockdown, and the closing date is Friday 17th July.

Everything in your life has changed: school has stopped, you can't see your friends; you can't even leave your home more than once a day!

This is your chance to get involved in a project that is all about your voice, feelings and view on the events that have impacted on so many.

You can write about a personal experience, a poem, or a creative story.

Authors helping to judge the competition include Ross Welford, Cathy Cassidy, Dan Smith, Nizrana Farook and Lisa Heathfield.

Five winning entries from each category will be published in a book.


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