HUCKNALL Round Table is looking to raise its profile — with a competition to create a mascot for the organisation.
The Hucknall branch, which has been running for 55 years, specialises in social and sporting activities — from go-karting to abseiling.
Current vice-chairman Lee Freeley, who takes over as chairman in April, has come up with the contest to design a mascot. All schools in Hucknall have been invited to take part.
The winning creation will be turned into a life-sized mascot that will appear at community events. Smaller versions will also be created. It is hoped to have the mascot ‘alive’ by the end of April.
The winning school will also receive a cheque for £578 — a figure that mirrors the branch’s national Round Table number.