Design a sheep worrying sign competition
Could your child design a poster to share an important message?
As part of its continued work to highlight the serious and devastating issue of sheep worrying by dogs NSA is excited to launch a new children’s competition that could help raise awareness to dog walkers and others enjoying the countryside.
NSA is challenging children in three age groups, under eight, eight to 12 and 13-16 to design a new sign that asks dog walkers to keep their pet on a lead when walking in areas where sheep may be present. To assist with this, NSA has produced a downloadable template for children to use for their design either through drawing and colouring by hand or by using their IT design skills. Download the template at the bottom of this page and submit your entry with a name, age and address via email to [email protected] or post to National Sheep Association, The Sheep Centre, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6PH. Entries close on Wednesday 20th October 2021.
The winning designer will receive some Halloween goodies and will have their sign made into a downloadable resource that sheep farmers can use to try and prevent sheep worrying attacks by dogs from taking place on their farms.
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