Busseys Design a Duck Competition

Busseys Design a Duck Competition
Grand Norwich Duck Race

Busseys Design a Duck Competition #busseysduck

 

This is your chance to get creative! Every year the Break charity organises the Grand Norwich Duck Race (#gndr16) to raise money to help change young peoples lives.  This year Busseys are entering two ducks into the race! One duck designed by the Busseys staff and one designed by a member of the public!

To enter, just download the Design a Duck template and let your imagination run wild. Upload your finished design to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook with your name, your duck’s name, the inspiration for the duck and #BusseysDuck before 31/05/2016.  Don’t forget to tag Busseys in the post! Our panel of judges will pick the best design and the winning duck will be made and entered in to the Grand Norwich Duck Race on Sunday August 28th!

Busseys Design A Duck Competition Entry Form

Busseys Design a Duck Template

Click here for a PDF version

More about the Grand Norwich Duck Race #gndr16
The Grand Norwich Duck Race takes place on Sunday 28 August. The Ducks race from St George’s Bridge to St Fye’s Bridge, outside the Ribs of Beef Public House. The Fun starts at 12 midday, with a duck parade on St George’s Bridge at 1pm to 3pm. There are two races, the corporate race for business and the individual Duck Race which anyone can enter. In addition to the races there will also be a cake stall, ice creams, face painting, BBQ, little duck stall, games and other activities for everyone to enjoy. The Sheriff of Norwich will open the proceedings on St George’s Bridge:
3.00pm Individual Duck Race – 3,000 little ducks will take to the water to swim their way to the finish line
3.20pm Corporate Duck Race – large painted ducks take to the water to compete to win the Crystal Duck trophy
For more details please visit the Break website or the Facebook event.

More about Break
Break is changing young lives across East Anglia by supporting children, young people and families in four key areas: young people in care and moving on; children and young people with disabilities; families in need of support and children at risk.
The charity was started back in 1968 by Geoffrey and Judith Davison and their friend Lesley Morley to provide holidays for children and young people with disabilities which would give their parents a break too. They chose Norfolk as a great place to have a holiday. For more information please visit the Break website.