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The page title would be: CO Safety Competition 2018

To enter this year’s competition you must be 5-11 years old and submit a piece of art warning people of the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO). The closing date of the competition is midnight, Friday 4 May 2018.

We have more information about the dangers of CO on our safety page.

Get creative!

Your art work can be a brilliant poster, cartoon, video or poem.

How to submit your entry

Send your entry along with your name, age, teacher, school/organisation and post code by email to COSafetyCompetition@energynetworks.org

Your entry must be in the format of a JPEG, photograph or coloured scan, or if it is a video format, as a link or attachment to an email. 

Please submit each entry individually - only one entry per student.

Winners

Entrants stand a chance of winning the following prizes:

  • National winner: £300 for themselves and £600 for their school or organisation.*
  • Area winner: £150 each and £300 for their school or organisation. 

(*National prize will be in addition to the area prize).

Winners will be notified by email.

For more information about the competition, including terms and conditions, please click here, or visit the ENA website.

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