Junk Challenge (Day 1)

Saturday 19 September 2020, 9:00am, Around Radyr & Morganstown

We now have 6 confirmed entries for our 2020 Junk Challenge.

The entries will be on display on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September and during this time our judges and photographers will come around too .
Why not take a walk around the village and view the entries for yourself.

The entries can be found at:
A – 4 Clos Park Radur
B – 34 Plas Mynach
C – Christ Church Porch (entry by Christ Church Sunday Club)
D – 17 The Green
E – Radyr Guide Centre, Bryn Derwen (entry by Radyr Brownies & Rainbows)
F – 3 Maes y Briallu

The Radyr & Morganstown Association (RMA) have been thinking about how we might still organise some form of Festival in 2020 whilst working within the current restrictions. We are planning a ‘Mini Autumn Festival’. It will start on Friday 18 September and run for a week or so. All events will either be outside (with appropriate ‘social distancing’) or held online.

As part of the 2016 Festival which celebrated the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth, the Radyr & Morganstown Association (RMA) organised a successful Junk Challenge based on the characters from his novels.
The Association is organising a similar challenge to coincide with their Autumn Festival in 2020.

Once entries have closed on 10 September 14 September we will produce a map and some suggested walking routes around the village. Entries will be on display, visible from the pavement and footpaths, why not take a walk around the village to view them all.

Rules of entry

1. All entries need to be in place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September 2020.
2. The entry/ entries (you can submit more than one) needs to be visible from the pavement outside, either in your front garden, front window or paved area. The judges will come around and judge the entries on the 19 and 20 September.
3. Junk is anything that you are throwing out, paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, metal, fabric. You can use any fixing, glue, sticky tape, nails, ties etc and can use paint to decorate your entry.
4. There will be a prize in two categories, under 11 and over 11 on the 10 September.
5. The themes are:
(i) Wildlife. It can be a realistic representation of wildlife animal, or floral and can include an animal character from a favourite book, i.e. Toad from the Wind in the Willows
or the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland.
(ii) A favourite book.
(iii) Transport.
6. Entries should be submitted via the form below
7. Entries should be submitted by midnight on the 10 September 2020 14 September 2020.