‘Tell a Story Day’ Spooky Story Competition

Campfire talesDo you have a scary story to tell? 27th October 2017 is Tell a Story Day

We’re holding a competition to write the spookiest tale, and it is open to all staff, students and volunteers in the organisations that we serve. Win an Amazon voucher worth £25!

There are only three rules: 

  • To be no more than 2000 words, it can be as short as you like and in any written format
  • To be an original story written by the entrant (no plagiarism please)
  • To be submitted no later than 5pm on 13th October 2017. This is so they can be judged and published for Tell a Story Day on 27th October, just in time for Halloween!

Entry Form

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Organisation (required)

If you specified 'Other' as your organisation, please provide details or who you are working for or studying with

Please tick the box if you wish to remain anonymous when the story is published

Your Story Title (required)

You can either paste your story into the box below, or use the Upload button to attach your story as a document

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By submitting this form you are agreeing to Shrewsbury and Telford Health Libraries holding, publishing and printing your story.

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