Monarch begins search for junior travel writer

Monarch begins search for junior travel writer

Monarch is searching for the UK’s best junior travel writer.

Children aged between seven and 14 can enter by writing about their perfect holiday in no more than 300 words.

Entries will be judged by a panel, with the winner selected based on the quality of writing, grammar, use of vocabulary, creativity, and the fun expressed in the entry.

The winner of the competition will receive a week’s all inclusive holiday for a family of four in Tenerife.

The deadline for entries is July 3 with the holiday available to be taken by October 31.

The winner’s review of the trip will then be published on Monarch’s blog and in its inflight magazine, Passport.

Monarch Airlines head of digital and marketing, Ian Chambers, said: “This really is the job of a lifetime – where else can young wannabe travel writers with a love of exploration win the ultimate holiday with their family, filled with unforgettable experiences, then get to showcase their writing talent to UK and international readers?

“We are on the hunt for the UK’s most promising young travel writing talent to review the outstanding holiday experiences on offer to our customers. The winner’s travel piece will be seen by millions of Monarch holidaymakers, and will shape travellers’ future holiday plans – this role comes with some real responsibility.

“We know there is a wealth of talent out there, and we’re calling on promising young travel writers with a sense of adventure to get scribbling and tell us all about their perfect break.

“Whether it’s a diving holiday discovering hidden shipwrecks, or speeding down the slopes on a snowboarding adventure, we want them to let their imagination run away and show us what a great travel writer they would be.”


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