The Fawcett Inn, and Fawcett Road, are named after Lieutenant Alexander Fawcett. He was killed, aged 20, at Bejapore in India in 1853 during the Indian Rebellion, which is also known as India’s first war of independence. The Fawcett Inn is a grade II listed pub, which dates back to 1850, and has recently been remodelled and is under new management and they are looking for a sign that captures the spirit of the new Fawcett Inn touch on themes such as stylish, vibrant, friendly and welcoming.
There are amazing prizes on offer:
iPad – Courtesy of BSkyB
£200 worth of High Street vouchers – courtesy of Waverley TSB
£100 cash – courtesy of Britvic Soft Drinks
2 tickets to a Guiness Rugby Premiership game – courtesy of Diageo
For further information or to submit a design, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can hand in a hard copy submission if you prefer – just take it to the pub. Please be aware that hard copies cannot be returned.