Hoarding Competition 2018 – Submissions closed!

Submissions for voting now closed!

Submissions to be in for the voting for this years Hoarding Competition have officially closed. We would like to thank all the contractors who got their submission in on time, we really appreciate your desire to reach out to the community and help create colourful works of art! Ivor and the team cannot wait to reveal the winners and runners-up

How to submit your entry

You can still submit your Hoarding decoration now that the deadline has passed! All you need to do is download an Event Form below and submit it to enquiries@ivorgoodsite.org.uk along with as many photo’s as you’re happy to send us. Your submission will not be in contention to be a winner, but you will still be sent your medals, trophy, certificates and you will also be put into this years brochure!

To submit your hoarding, click here.

2017 Hoarding Competition

To find out about last year’s Hoarding Competition, the 70 sites and 3,500 children who took part, and any ideas for what you could do this year, click on the Brochure download button below.

2017 Hoarding Competition Brochure

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As part of this competition, the Scheme pledges to make a minimum donation of 4% plus VAT per competition entry, to the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT).

CAPT is the UK’s leading charity working to reduce the number of children and young people who are killed, disabled or seriously injured in accidents.

Katrina Phillips, Chief Executive of the Child Accident Prevention Trust, said:

“The Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition is a great example of engaging with local communities. The children’s artworks are fantastic. The initiative helps children learn about the value of the construction industry and forges closer links between contractors, schools and youth groups. We see so many parallels with our own charity’s work with communities UK-wide, including through our annual awareness campaign Child Safety Week.”