Contributed by Two Point Zero IT
8/03/2022 - Two Point Zero IT
Two Point Zero IT, based on Ransomes Europark in Ipswich is one of the sponsors of this year’s ‘Big Hoot’ art trail in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice. In addition to sponsoring an owl, the charity-minded team has launched a children’s writing competition and aims to compile a book of stories, poems, and prose with the winning entries.
“We are feeling very inspired by the event and want to help the hospice raise as much money as possible” explains Director Billy Brundle, “we also want to get as many people involved as we can and leave a lasting legacy of our wonderful owl, ‘Feeling Hoot Hoot Hoot’.”
It was during a conversation with their owl artist Jo Burrows of My Little Paint Pot that the idea began, “Jo mentioned that she would love to illustrate a book and it just got us thinking about another way we could get involved, and make Jo’s dream come true at the same time”
Entries to the competition will be split into groups and judged by a panel made up of other local businesses including Dial Lane Books and Raring To Go Magazine.
Each chosen entry will win a copy of the book and one winner from each category will also win a £10 book voucher.
The closing date for entries is midnight on 1st May 2022 and winners will be notified the week commencing 16th May.
For more information and how to enter visit the Two Point Zero website here: https://www.twopointzeroit.co.uk/writingcompetition/
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