BUDDING artists have been urged to get their creative juices flowing and enter a competition celebrating the River Crane.
People have been challenged to immortalise the Thames tributary, which runs through, Cranford, Hanworth, Whitton and Isleworth, in paint, photo or any other form they choose.
There is even a special category for the best public art idea to be made using recycled materials.
The London Wildlife Trust and the Crane Valley Partnership have teamed up to organise the contest, which is free to enter.
A limited number of artist-led workshops are available to schools in the area, with £100 on offer to the school with the best overall entries.
School and group entries can be collected but other entries should be taken to the Shot Tower visitor centre in Crane Park, on any Sunday, between 1.30pm and 4pm, before September 9.
A prize-giving ceremony and exhibition will be held at The Octagon Room, in Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham, on November 15.
For more details and entry forms, call Alex Robb on 0770 2669 888 or email email@example.com.