‘Culture-all’ families call

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FAMILIES could win free entry to council attractions for a year in the search for a ‘culture-all family.’

It is hoped the winners will become ambassadors of all things cultural in Hampshire.

The top choice of family will become investigative journalists for a year as they visit country parks, museums and arts centres across the county and report their experiences, via a website.

The winners will scoop a culture passport worth £75 - which gives up to two adults and two children free entry to all the council’s cultural attractions for one year, a digital camera and a professional photography session.

County councillor Keith Chapman, in charge of culture and recreation, said: ‘This is a great way to get the whole family out and about and visit the council’s exciting cultural attractions.

‘It is also a great opportunity to get people of all ages writing about their experience.’ The competition closes at midday on June 23.

To enter visit www3.hants.gov.uk/culture-all.htm.