Havering Council has teamed up with the Kids Activity Expo and Havering College to offer people the chance to re-design Upminster Crazy Golf course and win one of nine season passes.
The competition offers young people in Havering the chance to design one of nine golf holes.
The winning designs will be created and installed on the site with the help of the construction department at Havering College.
Entries open on the 26 March at the Skills Show at Havering College, where College art students will be on hand to offer tips and advice.
The winners will be announced at the Kids Activity Expo on 17 May, where the entries will be displayed at the event. Book your free tickets atwww.KidsActivityExpo.com
Councillor Melvin Wallace, Cabinet Member for Culture and Community Engagement, said:
“This is a great way for the community to get involved in a local project. I am sure that we have a lot of budding designers out there and this would be the perfect project to get their teeth into.”
The initiative is just one idea to come from the newly created Friends of Upminster Mini-Golf Course.
Cllr Clarence Barrett, Cabinet Member for Finance, said:
“I have been working on this project at Upminster Mini-Golf course for a while to encourage greater community involvement. This competition is a great opportunity for young people to have an input into improving the course.
“I’m really pleased to have the support of Havering College and Kids Activity Expo to provide an imaginative way of improving the facility.”
Entry forms can also be downloaded from www.kidsactivityexpo.com
Why not visit Upminster mini golf course this weekend and get inspired.