TfL Women in Transport Drawing & Writing Competition

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TfL Women in Transport Drawing & Writing Competition

Colourful aprons hanging on a wall

Transport for London has launched a children’s competition, as part of the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan’s, new campaign, #BehindEveryGreatCity. Clays are proud to be partnering with TfL for this and cannot wait to print the special edition book of the winning entries. 

TfL are asking London school children to use their imaginations to draw a picture or write a story about how women at TfL keep London moving.

From the engineers who fix and control traffic lights and keep the trains running, to the designers who imagine what our streets, bridges and trains will look like – there are a range of different roles to inspire the next generation.

The competitions are open to children between 5 and 14 years old who are either living or attending school in Greater London. There are three different age categories.

There is a panel of incredible judges: Cressida Cowell, Kate Pankhurst and Lauren Child.

Winners and the runners up entries will be used to create a limited edition book.

The winners of the competition will get the opportunity to visit Clays Ltd for a presentation on how books are made, and take a behind the scenes tour at Transport for London to find out more about some of the jobs women do to keep London moving.

For more information, please see the Tfl website here.