Mark the royal record by entering our Jewish News’ design contest!

Mark the royal record by entering our Jewish News’ design contest!

Richard Ferrer has become a leading voice on Jewish communal issues since becoming editor of the Jewish News in 2009, writing about contemporary Jewish life for a national audience. He edited the Boston Jewish Advocate, America's oldest Jewish newspaper and created the Channel 4 series Jewish Mum of the Year.

Her majesty the Queen

Young artists can win an iPad Air by entering Jewish News’ design contest marking the Queen becoming the longest reigning monarch.

On 9 September the Queen will surpass the record set by Queen Victoria, having been head for state for 63 years and seven months.

Jewish News has joined Partnership for Jewish Schools to launch an art competition, encouraging those aged 17 or under to put pen, pastels or paint to paper to mark the milestone.

The finalists in two age categories, under 12 and 13-17, will be revealed online on the big day before the winners are announced the following day in the paper.

Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer said: “We are delighted to be marking a huge milestone in our nation’s history while at the same time showcasing the creative talent of our younger readers.”

The closing date for entries is 31 August.

Please send entries on an A4 sheet of paper to Art Contest, PO Box 34296, London, NW51YW.

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