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NCDUK2014 Photo & Caption Competition

Assembled here are the entries to our 2nd competition: best poster with quote / poem promoting children's need to engage with nature. Many thanks to all participants and best of luck! Prizes from Community Playthings, Muddyfaces, Jojo Maman Bebe and others. If you'd like to take part, please see www.nationalchildrensdayuk.com
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#31 Thanks, Emma, for this entry. Caption: 'Energised through nature'.

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#24 Thanks to Caroline for this great picture: 'Fun in the Spring Sun!'

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#8 Thanks to Sue Gibson for this wonderful video entry. Our competitions now closed, thanks to everyone who has entered them and best of luck!

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#42 A fantastic entry from Philpots Manor School: 'In nature every day is unique'. How true! www.nationalchildrensdayuk.com

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#43 Philpots Manor School entry number 2: 'In nature we share joy and laughter'. Beautiful, thank you!

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#44 Philpots Manor School entry number 3: 'In the garden we touch the earth'. Thanks for entering our competition! For details, see www.nationalchildrensdayuk.com

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#45 A great fourth entry from Philpots Manor School: 'Nature is a place for teamwork'.

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#20 Another entry from Elise Laura Ashley: 'Since I got back from Ringsfield I feel that when I’m here [Holloway] with all the noise and pollution I feel that my thoughts are in prison, they are all a blur, but when I was there, sitting in all that silence with all the space, all my thoughts came flowing out of my brain, like I couldn’t stop them'.

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#19 A third entry from Elise Laura Ashley, many thanks! 'Words to describe my magic spot: Bumpy, Soil, Twigs, Stinging Nettles, Bugs, Trees, Quiets (8 year old girl) + a poem by Chris Walton (too long to pin it here).

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#18 Another beautiful entry from Elisa Laura Ashley. Caption: '… going out, I found I was really going in'. JohnMuir

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