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NSCPP Children's Art Competition in association with Lidl

Lidl is proud to support the NSPCC by raising vital funds for the charity.

Lidl has teamed up with the NSPCC to launch a children's art competition to support NSPCC's Childline service - which is a lifeline for children to talk about mental health.

Creativity is a powerful way for children to express their feelings. This competition seeks Lidl'uns to send in drawings of things that make them happy. The selected winners will have the opportunity to see their art go on display on large billboards outside Lidl stores across the UK.

Draw what makes you happy; this could be a trip out to a park, playing with friends, spending time with family, or anything that inspires happiness.


Images must be hand drawn with the child's name and age on the bottom right of the drawing.

The child must be aged between 5 and 12 years old.

Submission must be received by 11.59 am on 10th November 2022

Do not send the original art in; please take a clear photo or scan it and email it to Subject heading NSPCC.

Five drawings will be chosen

* The winners will be picked by NSPCC CEO Sir Peter Wanless

* The five chosen drawings will be added to one of our billboards outside of our stores during Children's Mental Health Awareness Week in February next year.

Full details on the Lidl website.

Please note that this competition is open to UK residents only.

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