Portsmouth children urged to share their dreams

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From left, Madeleine Oliver, Anna Macfarlane and Evie Thomas from Portsmouth High School, who were the Intermediate winners of the Portsmouth Group Youth Speaks competition, hosted by the Gosport Rotary Club.

CAPTION: From left, Madeleine Oliver, Anna Macfarlane and Evie Thomas

School competition hots up in Portsmouth region

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YOUNGSTERS are being encouraged to get involved in a national competition about their dreams.

Kip McGrath Education Centre Portsmouth is inviting young people aged between nine and 14 to get involved in the competition run by Kip McGrath called Dream a Big Dream.

Kip McGrath Education Centre Portsmouth wants to hear from young people as soon as possible about their big dream for the future.

Whether they want to save the rainforest, fly to the moon or become a world-renowned author, the competition invites young people to write passionately about their hopes and aspirations.

Howard Jones, centre director said: ‘We work with amazing children every day at the centre and experience at first-hand the potential they have to do great things.

‘Dream a Big Dream is a great opportunity for local young people to set their mind to what they want to achieve in the future.’

Visit dreamabigdream.info to find out more. The competition runs until Friday.

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