Draw Your Mum: Make Mother’s Day special with our creative project
Following the success of last year’s Draw Your Mum campaign for Mother’s Day, we have decided to repeat it again for young artists in 2018.
We are inviting all pupils in P3 and P4 to draw a picture of their mother with a short message that will appear in The Courier in the run-up to Mother’s Day on March 11.
It’s completely free to enter Draw Your Mum, with no cost to the pupils or the school to participate, and it’s only one entry per child.
We hope that hundreds of youngsters across Courier Country will jump at the opportunity to see their special tributes in print.
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