Primary school children in Derbyshire are being invited to enter a Christmas card competition.
The competition, which is being run by the county council, is open to all primary school children who live in Derbyshire.
The authority is looking for a colourful, original and fun Christmas picture.
The winning design will become the county council’s official e-Christmas card.
The winner will get a family ticket for a local pantomime.
Twenty four runners-up will be chosen and their entries which will posted on the council’s social media throughout December to mark advent.
Council Leader, Councillor Barry Lewis, said: “This is a great opportunity for primary age children to get arty. I’m really looking forward to receiving some brilliant Christmassy pictures.
“I’d encourage all primary pupils to take part and be in with a chance of having their work shared across the county.”
The competition closes on 17 November.
For more information and how to enter, visit derbyshire.gov.uk/christmascard.