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One charity to win a £10,000 makeover of its premises

Howard Lake | 10 February 2017 | News

The Johnstone’s Trade Community Spirit Competition is back, offering a prize to a UK charity of a £10,000 makeover of its premises.
Applications are now being accepted by the professional trade paint specialists for a local community organisation or charity building that could benefit from a redecoration.
Once all applications have been received, a judging process will take place and a shortlist of four will be announced. The decision then falls to members of the general public, who will be asked to vote for their favourite entry to win. The finalists will be invited to the Johnstone’s Painter of the Year event, where the winner will be announced.
The makeover is a paint redecoration and does not include furniture, landscaping or construction.
Applications must be submitted by 24 February. These should include a minimum of four high resolution images, including one external and three internal shots, which should be sent with the completed application form to et*****@pp*.com.
 
Once all nominations have been received, a judging process will take place and a shortlist of four will be announced. The decision then falls to members of the general public, who will be asked to vote for their favourite entry to win. The finalists will be invited to the Johnstone’s Painter of the Year event, where the winner will be announced.
The Johnstone’s Trade Community Spirit Competition was first run in 2014.
Richard Mazurkiewicz, Marketing Manager at Johnstone’s Trade, commented:

“We’ve always maintained a strong commitment to working closely with, and making a difference among, local communities. Following the success of the competition in previous years, we’re excited to have the opportunity to transform another building that is close to the hearts of people in local areas. Whether the project is big or small, we’re looking forward to helping create a space that the whole community can benefit from.”

 
 
 

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