Our friends at the Gromit Unleashed store at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, are running a fantastic competition to win a bespoke Shaun the Sheep figurine featuring your very own design!
To tie in with the new Paint Your Own figurine exhibition which opens at the store on 11th February, visitors are being challenged to come up with their very own Shaun the Sheep design! For a donation of £2 to the Grand Appeal charity, you can pick up a Shaun the Sheep paper template - decorate it with your design, then send it back via email or in person.
The winning design will then be made into a mini Shaun sculpture that will be displayed in the Gromit Unleashed store before you'll be able to take him home to keep!
Full competition details:
- The competition is open to all visitors to the Paint Your Own exhibition at the Gromit Unleashed store at Cribbs Causeway. The competition runs from 11th February until 28th February 2017
- Make a donation of £2 to the Grand Appeal charity to receive your Shaun the Sheep paper template to create your design on
- When you're happy with your design, return it in person to the store or via email (Email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- A panel including a Gromit Unleashed and Shaun in the City official artist will choose three designs from the competition entries and there will be a final public vote on Facebook to determine the overall winner
- The winning design will be brought to life by a professional artist on a mini Shaun sculpture (approximate size 70cm tall x 70cm long)
- Your sculpture will be displayed in the store for the first two weeks of March - you'll then be able to take your sculpture home!
- The winner can have their prize delivered (subject to delivery charges) or can pick the sculpture up in store
- Two runners up will receive a £25 gift voucher for the Gromit Unleashed store
- Bonus Entry: If you submit a Paint Your Own Shaun figurine to be exhibited in-store during the exhibition, your design will be also be automatically entered into the competition!
- All profits from our the exhibition and competition will support sick children and their families at Bristol Children's Hospital.