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Launch of Christmas Card Competition 13-Mar-2009

Published for:Haworth Cat Rescue

For those of you who wish it could be Christmas everyday, now is the time to think about your favourite festive things as Haworth Cat Rescue announces the launch of its first ever Christmas Card competition. The charity is seeking 4 cards for its 2009 Christmas selection and entries can be submitted in all media from watercolours and pastels to line drawings and oils on canvas. "Cat designs are very popular among many of our supporters but others prefer more traditional themes, so it's really up to the artist to find their own inspiration," said Corinne Moore, campaign manager. "Some may favour a very contemporary design and others wish to evoke a trip down memory lane with Christmas scenes of yesteryear. We are very open and want to allow as much freedom of expression as possible." This is the first time the Haworth Cat Rescue has offered the public the opportunity to showcase their talents with a Christmas card competition. There is no age barrier for entry and 4 winning designs will selected for their charm and appeal by a panel of 3 judges. Participants who want their artwork returned are asked to send a prepaid self-addressed envelope. Every care will taken to avoid damage but the charity cannot guarantee this. "We are expecting a large number of designs to be sent vie email and this is the best way to scan and keep your original," said Corinne. Imprint in Keighley is producing the winning Christmas cards, which will go on sale in the Autumn. Photographs should be supplied as 300dpi in jpeg format, the size for the front of the card is 105mm x 150mm but the actual images should allow for an extra 3mm 'bleed' all around. Larger photographs can be reduced to make them fit. As a special prize, Imprint is sponsoring the competition with an enlarged version of the selected designs as a keepsake for each winning artist. "The sending and receiving of cards brings so much pleasure and generates valuable income for us. Our cards will be advertised on our website and sold in local shops and online. We will acknowledge the artist on their card and our thanks for the contribution they have made towards the construction of a new environmentally friendly and educational cat rehoming Centre in the Aire Valley." The closing date for entries is May 1

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Yorkshire Cat Rescue based in Bronte country West Yorkshire, is a local charity with a no-kill polmore