Congleton: £500 up for grabs in Co-op Christmas Jumper artwork competition

Simply design a Christmas jumper, with a chance to win £250 and another £250 for your community.

By Alex Greensmith

Posted: Monday, 12th December 2022 12:00 am

Congleton: Get your thinking caps on, as your creativity could earn you £250.
Congleton: Get your thinking caps on, as your creativity could earn you £250.
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The Co-op have launched a Jolly Jumper competition this festive season and we are inviting the people of Congleton to apply.

All you have to do is design a Christmas jumper, with a chance to win £250 for yourself and another £250 for your community.

The sky's the limit. If you can think of a design, enter it to win cash for yourself and your community and spread a little festive cheer.

To enter the competition, download the jumper template from the Co-op website and colour it, paint it or stick things to it. Share your Christmas jumper design on social media with Congleton Nub News using #JollyJumper and tag @coopuk and be in with a chance to win. 

Congleton: To download the template, just click the red link below.

You can enter either by replying to one of our posts on Twitter or Facebook or tagging us @CongletonNub.

Your design could be themed around Congleton, Christmas, or anything you like!

The closing date for entries is December 20. 

Post your completed piece to social media either scanned or with a photograph, captioned with the hashtag #JollyJumper. Be sure to tag @coopuk as well.

Congleton Co-op is located on 60 Bromley Rd, Congleton CW12 1PY. Did you know they raise money for three local causes in the community?

You could win £250, and then get to decide which Congleton cause you would like the Co-op to give £250 to as well. Feel good, and do good.

You can colour in your jumper with coloured pencils, pens, crayons or paints, or do it digitally on the computer.

Congleton: Download and get started on your entry here.

You can become a member of the Co-op here.


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