If I Were Provost… there’s still time to enter! Closing date has been extended to 9am, Fri 25/5/18
There’s still time to enter the council’s If I Were Provost competition – the closing date for entries is Friday 11 May.
‘If I Were Provost’ is a competition that asks young people what would they do if they were ‘in charge’, how they would improve life for young people in the region, what new policies they might introduce and why.
We’re asking young people to get creative and share their ideas on how to make the county a better place for young people, for this competition held as part of the Year of Young People.
You may wish to convey your ideas in:
- A short story
- A letter to our Provost John McMillan
- A poem
- A diary entry or blog
- A graphic comic strip
- …or any creative approach that you think is best!
There are two categories:
- category 1 (ages 8 – 13)
- category 2 (ages 14 – 18).
One winner from each category will be invited to act as a Young Provost alongside Provost John McMillan at a number of events throughout 2018. The winners will also receive a goody bag of gifts from East Lothian tourist attractions, including passes to Foxlake Adventures in Dunbar and North Berwick’s Scottish Seabird Centre. The winning entries, plus a selection of entries received, will be on display at libraries throughout the county during the summer of 2018.
For more information, go to www.eastlothian.gov.uk/provostcompetition