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  • Fife Coast and Countryside Trust Competition

    Created: 18/06/2024
    News/Events Category: Climate/Environment

    Fife Coast and Countryside Trust currently have an exciting competition that everyone can get involved in to help create a shared vision for the Fife Climate Forest. A key aim of Fife Climate Forest is to combine planting trees with farming and community growing. 

    The invitation is to create a postcard with your vision of the Fife Climate Forest, and Fife Coast and Countryside Trust is asking people to think about the words 'Connect, Grow, Thrive' to illustrate and write a message for the Forest.

    • There is a school category for primary school-aged pupils (5-12) which is being promoted as part of Fife’s STEM Festival: ThingLink.   
    • There is also an open category for anyone else who wants to enter – secondary schools, youth, and adults welcome

    Please download a template to submit your entry and see this flier tor submission details.

    The closing date for postcards is Thursday 01 August 2024. The winners will be announced at Fife's Climate Festival in September.

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