Create a letter for a shoppers challenge

13:01 08 April 2014

The Wisbech Arts Festival is calling on local people to help with its annual crafts conundrum.

The conundrum will see individual letters of a word being jumbled up in a shop window in the Horsefair Shopping Centre.

Shoppers then have to work out the mystery word by unscrambling the letters to win a prize.

Festival organisers want people to be as creative as possible with their crafted letters for example knitted, patchwork, crocheted, painted – the options are endless.

If you would like to create a letter please get in touch with organisers by Thursday April 17 by emailing crafts@wisbechartsfestival.org.uk or leave your details at the Horsefair’s management office next to the bus station.

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