Devon's Crealy launches Hallowe'en story contest
Crealy has invited schools to enter a Hallowe'en-themed creative writing competition.
The tourist attraction is offering local schools the chance to take part in the competition that will see the winning child's entry read out by popular children's author David Lawrence Jones, the man behind the Bradley Baker books.
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Hannah Thompson, marketing manager for Crealy Great Adventure Parks, said: "This year at Crealy we are taking things back to a more traditional Hallowe'en and the idea behind the week of story telling is to ignite children's imaginations. We thought it would be a great opportunity for local schools to get involved in the event and we are really excited David Lawrence Jones has agreed to bring the winning story to life.
"We are looking for school children to use their creative writing skills to put together a short story based on the theme of Hallowe'en - it doesn't matter what the length of the story is, so long as it has a beginning, middle and an end."
The competition is aimed at school children between the ages of five and 11 and the child crowned as the overall winner will receive £50 of Waterstones vouchers, and the school attended by the winner will also receive £100 worth of Waterstones vouchers too, plus a signed copy of David Lawrence Jones' latest book.
The reading will take place during October half term. Other celebrities taking part during the week include Judi Spiers and Michael Caines.
To enter, send an email to email@example.com or send a copy to Crealy Great Adventure Park, Sidmouth Road, Exeter EX5 1DR.
Entries must include the child's name and age, a guardians contact telephone number and the name of the school the child goes to.