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20 October 2014
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Entry to the Wallace &amp Gromit Soundtrack competition is now closed.

The Wallace and Gromit Soundtrack Competition was launched in September 2012. Teams of primary school children were invited to create and record soundtracks for two animated clips. The winners had their compositions professionally recorded at MediaCity UK and the sessions were filmed by Blue Peter for broadcast on April 25 2013.

The winning soundtracks can be found on the Blue Peter website.

Children and teachers of the United Kingdom! Why not take this opportunity to enter Wallace & Gromit's brand new, cracking soundtrack competition?

Inspired by the recent concert, Wallace & Gromit at the BBC Proms, the competition gives young primary school children and older primary school children the chance to form teams of 2-5 members and create brand new soundtracks to accompany famous Wallace & Gromit clips.

The Prize

It's a cracking competition with an even more cracking prize. Short-listed teams will visit Aardman Animations in Bristol, the home of Wallace & Gromit, and the two winning teams will travel to BBC North in Salford where their soundtracks will be recorded by top technicians.

The winning teams will be filmed at BBC North and feature in an episode of Blue Peter!

How to Enter

So what do children and teachers have to do to get involved and have a chance of winning?

To find out play this short video from Aardman Animations and head over to the How To Enter page for details of age groups and entry criteria.

Wallace & Gromit's Soundtrack Competition

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