A WOODTURNER from Rugby has donated a prize for the winner of the Young Writer of the Year competition.
Paul Hancox, who runs CPH Pens, has kindly offered the winner of each age category one of his handmade pens. It will be in addition to the £25 book token for each winner. The Young Writer of the Year Competition has been launched by the Advertiser in conjunction with the three Rotary Clubs of Rugby. There is also a Young Photographer of the Year competition, of which the winner of each age category will receive £25 cash. The theme for each competition is peace. The closing date is February 25. Send your entries to Rotary Young Photographer/Writer, Rugby Advertiser, 2 Albert Street, Rugby. Full details about both competitions can be found at www.ribi.org/youth/competitions. Visit the CPH Pens website at www.cphpens.co.uk