Make your own map of Totnes
There are three competition age group categories: 7-11, 12-16, 17+. There are also three topic categories in which to compete: Fantastical, Historical or Future Totnes. See below for details.
The competition opened on 17 October 2019 and closes 4 January 2020. Winners will be announced on 6 January and presentation of awards will take place on 10 January.
17+ Winners – £100 for each of the three categories of competition
12-16 Winners – £100 for each of the three categories of competition
7-11 Winners – £ 50 for each of the three categories of competition
Runner up prizes will also be awarded tbc.
You will need to complete an Entry Form to participate in the competition which is open for submissions from October 17th to November 20th, 2019. No late entries will be accepted.
We suggest a donation of £1 when you submit your artwork. This will benefit the St Mary's Heritage Trust Restoration Fund. Your artwork can be in any media and any size, 2D or 3D. All we ask is that it relates to Totnes. Your map may include the whole of the town or perhaps just a small part.
You can download a pdf version of the Entry Form by clicking the pdf icon on this page. Alternately you can pick one up at various shops around town, the Guildhall office at 5 Ramparts Walk, Totnes TQ9 5QH or from St Mary's Church itself.
Finished maps can be submitted at PAPERWORKS, 63 High St, Totnes TQ9 5PB or the Guildhall office, or online.
If you submit your artwork as a digital file you will still need to fill out an entry form (downloadable below) and please make your suggested £1 donation at PAPERWORKS or St Mary's Church.
There is a 15 MB file size limit on digital submissions. If you would like to submit artwork online click the Online Submissions button below.
If you have any questions or comments please email totnesmaps.net by clicking the email icon.
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3 categories of competition
Choose the category below that best reflects your vision of Totnes.
Here be Dragons! Picture this: The giants Gog and Magog climb over Totnes Castle to battle with Brutus, whilst a loathly worm emerges from the Leech Wells. Let your imagination run riot!
What will our town look like in the future? Will trees grow up the High Street and hoverboards glide over the river?
Will roads disappear as transport speeds overhead?
Let us know!
Totnes has a long and fascinating history! Choose from one of the many periods that inspire you. It may be the medieval streets, the magical Leechwells, the ancient castle or perhaps the 17th century town. To help, you can research the Totnes Archives, Totnes Museum or the Totnes Image Bank.