This summer we're holding a T-shirt design competition, giving one lucky person the opportunity to win five Mersey Forest T-shirts, complete with their winning design.
The theme of the competition is "What do trees mean to you?". Our Facebook and Twitter fans will vote for the best image, and the winner will receive five T-shirts printed with their design.
We'll be also be making a limited number of the winning T-shirts available to buy through a pay-what-you-want scheme - more details on that to follow.
Whether you're a parent looking for activities for the kids over the summer, or a graphic designer wanting to try your hand at T-shirt design, we want to see your ideas. It doesn't matter if you're a pro or have never tried to design anything before - we want to know what trees mean to you.
For guidance on how to enter, see the graphic below.
Please send your designs to firstname.lastname@example.org before 12 August. We look forward to hearing from you!
Full competition rules
The competition to win five T-shirts will run from Monday 29 July to noon on Monday 12 August 2013 inclusive. To enter, you must submit a T-shirt design which is themed around "What do trees mean to you?", providing your email address and telephone number in either your email or postal entry.
You are welcome to submit as many ideas as you like, but only one design will be picked as a winner. After the closing date, The Mersey Forest team will choose the winner.
The provisional winner must reply to The Mersey Forest by noon on Friday 23 August with their postal address where the prize should be sent. Failure to do this will mean that the winner's T-shirts will be made available for other fans to buy. For this reason we recommend that entrants provide both a telephone number and email address to aid us in successfully making contact with you.
The winner will be announced at www.merseyforest.org.uk/news on Friday 16 August 2013. The competition is promoted by The Mersey Forest, Risley Moss, Ordnance Avenue, Birchwood, Warrington, WA3 6QX.