All we need to do now is encourage as
many people as possible in Gloucestershire to take part in the
bear has come out of hibernation, a little earlier than usual, to
launch his very own BBC Children In Need Photo Competition in this
the 25th year of the charity.
single use 'Pudsey' cameras have been produced, and budding photographers
in and around Gloucestershire are being invited to participate in
the competition whose theme is 'Life In My Place'.
friend and BBC Radio Gloucestershire presenter John Rockley says:
"Pudsey is really excited about the competition. He's really
chuffed that a special single use camera has been produced with
his picture on it!
we need to encourage as many people as possible in Gloucestershire
to take part in the competition, which has the theme 'Life In My
competition really is open to everybody - it doesn't matter if you
don't have lots of hi-tech equipment.
don't need an expensive camera with loads of flashy features on
the entrants have to use one of Pudsey's special cameras and the
same processing facilities, so they're all on an equal footing.
You don't have a be a photography expert - all that really matters
is that you have fun!
of the entries we've recieved: "A colourful walk in the
park" from Merlin Gibson in Stroud
minimum of £1 for every Pudsey camera sold, including all
profits, will go to the BBC Children In Need Appeal. It's simple
really - the more people we can encourage to take part the more
money goes to disadvantaged children in our area. What could be
one of BBC Children In Need's principal sponsors, is selling Pudsey's
special cameras at their shops across the UK and has pledged all
profits and a guaranteed £1 minimum for every camera sold
will go to the BBC Children In Need Appeal.
cameras cost £6.99 including processing.
here for more details of how to enter the BBC Children In Need
to send entries to:
BBC Children in Need Photo Competition
PO Box 48386
London W12 6XZ
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