Can you make the Angel of Liscard?


undefinedSt. Thomas's in Liscard is running a unique competition this autumn. The challenge is to create a freestanding angel, great or small, from any combination of recyclable material, feathers and silky material, junk and salvage, wood and metal or card and paper.

All angels will be displayed within St Thomas’s church from the 24th - 29th November to herald the start of Advent and the coming of Christmas. Winners will be decided by spare change voting on Sunday 27th November at 4pm. All monies raised will go to the church to maintain its building.
St. Thomas’s church is situated in the heart of Liscard on Seaview Road. It has a small but dynamic congregation who are keen to take an active role within the local community and try to boost the local economy with enterprising activities.

Liz Cooper Clark, who has helped organise the competition, said; “The word angel in the original Hebrew and Greek languages means ‘messenger’ and historically, the angel has heralded good news and that’s what we all want for Liscard Village as our local shopping area.

How to enter
Entries are welcome from community groups and individuals throughout Wirral .
All the angels need to be delivered by 23rd November. The fee to enter the competition is £5 group, £3 individual. The contact number for entries and any enquires 07749194803.

There will be a £50 prize for the group winner and £25 for the individual. Winners will be decided on the Sunday 27th November.