Christmas Colouring Competition
Tis the season to be jolly and at Patrick & Menzies we are getting into the spirit with a Christmas colouring competition.
Under 18s are invited to use all of their Christmassy creativity to decorate our festive colouring sheet, and be in with a chance of winning a delicious chocolatey prize!
You can use pastels, paint, crayons, pencils – or whatever else you fancy to add some sparkle to the design.
To take part simply click on the link below to download the colouring sheet. Print a copy and colour to your heart’s content!
Entries close at 11.59pm on 24th December 2020. One winner will be selected by the P&M team to win a festive chocolate prize. The winner will be announced on 28th December 2020.
A selection of the entries will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages, offering a moment of stardom for the budding artists.
With excitement rising as we get closer to the big day, what better way to keep the kids calm than with a spot of festive colouring!
There is no purchase necessary to enter. Making a purchase does not increase the chances of winning.
A winner will be chosen at random by a member of our team.
This competition is administered by Patrick and Menzies Opticians.
The prize is an 850g giant bar of Dairy Milk chocolate (pictured above).
We would like to share entries across our Facebook and Instagram pages. Please remember to tick the box on the colouring sheet, if you are happy for us to do this.
Competition is void where prohibited.
This competition is not endorsed, sponsored or administered by Facebook (or Instagram), nor is Facebook associated with your contest.
Facebook (and Instagram) is released from any responsibility to entrants or participants. It is understood that Facebook will not administer the contest or assist in it.
No “consideration” is required for participation. This means sharing of personal information, liking the page or sharing the post is not required in order to enter. Neither do you need to tag friends in the post in order to enter.
Entrants must reside in the United Kingdom
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