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Cygnets invited to enter Christmas card competition

It's true it's only the beginning of October, but Cyril, along with The Community Trust, are already getting into a festive mood and are inviting Cygnets to enter their first Christmas card competition.

Last week, the Trust launched the competitiong, exclusively for Cygnet members (Cyril the Swan’s official club for children ages 15 years and under).

The winning entry will be chosen by Cyril and Cybil and will feature as the very first, official Cygnet Christmas card design. The winner will also win a goody bag packed full of Swansea City AFC treats and will feature in one of the Club’s match programmes.

The Christmas cards will be available for £3.50 a pack and all proceeds will go to the Swans Community Trust.

How to enter:

To enter, our Cygnets need to send us a drawing, painting, picture or photograph that has a Christmas theme. It’s not essential but it would be great if Cyril and/or Cybil featured somewhere in the design too.

The design need to be A5 in size, and should reach Cyril’s HQ by no later than Monday 12th October. Please send your entries, along with the your name, Cygnet membership number, address, date of birth, as well as a parent or guardian's name, email address, telephone number and a signature agreeing that your child's image and photograph may be used for promotional purposes, to:

Cygnet Christmas Card Competition,
Swansea City AFC Community Trust,
Liberty Stadium,
Landore, SA1 2FA

The winner's parent/guardian will be contacted by telephone on Friday 16th October.

Sign up as a Cygnet:
If you’d like to sign your child up as one of Cyril’s Cygnets and get exclusive access to competitions and a whole host of offers and perks, contact info@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk for an application pack. Membership is just £10 per football season!

For more infomation on becoming a Cygnet or entering the competition, please contact: Charlotte@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk


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