Lovell Homes invites budding young artists to design their dream home of the future over the summer holidays

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Lovell Homes has launched a competition for budding artists across the North West to help keep them busy over the school summer holidays!

Children are being invited to draw a picture of their dream home in the future – where anything is possible – to be in with a chance of winning a £50 Amazon e-voucher for their family.

Lots of creativity is encouraged – it could be a house that looks like a rocket, a treehouse made entirely of sustainable materials, or one that is voice-activated throughout!

Children up to the age of 12 can enter the competition and one winner will be picked each month from entries submitted during August and September*.

Families visiting Lovell Homes’ developments over the summer can collect an entry form from the marketing suite, with adults then required to upload a picture of the drawing on social media using the hashtag #LovellNW to enter. Deadline for entries for August’s competition is 5pm on 31 August 2019 and 30 September 2019 at 5pm for September.

Entry forms are available at the following Lovell Homes developments:

Oaktree Grange, Clayton-le-Woods, Lancashire

New Acres, Carlisle

The Laureates, Cockermouth

Weaver Park, Manchester

Green Bank, Middleton, Manchester

East Avenue, Openshaw, Manchester

Anne-Marie O’Doherty, regional sales director at Lovell Homes NW said: “With schools breaking up for the summer holidays imminently we were keen to launch a competition which allows children to use their imagination and creativity to show us what their dream home of the future might look like. We welcome all designs which could be technology-led, environmentally focused, fun and quirky or showcase their hobbies and interests.”

*Terms & conditions apply - www.lovell.co.uk/news/terms-and-conditions-dream-homes-of-the-future-drawing-competition/

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