Tag: competitions

Are you a budding codebreaker?

Celebrating the release of The Imitation Game, StudioCanal in collaboration with Manchester University have launched a code breaking competition. Break the code and send in the correct answers for a chance to win prizes and merchandise.  Visit the competition web

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Faces of Freshers’ Week selfie competition

The world seems full of selfie’s and everyone would love to see all of yours!  We are running a competition for the the most fun and original selfie shared this week.  The competition runs all week until 9am next Monday

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Electricity tranmission pylons have been a prominent feature of our landscape for decades, so TOTD was intrigued to hear that there are six shortlisted entries in a competition to re-think the familiar steel lattice design. Do you have a favourite?

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Can You YoYo?

When TOTD was a child there was a bit of a craze for YoYos. Everyone in the playground had one and we all learnt a few tricks but nothing to compare to Canadian  Jensen Kimmitt who blow away the competition with

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World Storytelling Day

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. Today is World Storytelling Day. Originally from Sweden, this is held each year on the spring equinox in the Northern Hemisphere (and on the autumn equinox for our readers in the Southern). Here’s

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World Book Day

No library blog would be complete without a mention that today is World Book Day – a celebration of books and reading in the UK and the Repubic of Ireland: http://www.worldbookday.com/ And whilst we’re on the subject of libraries, we

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