South West Wales Connected
Love This Place Visual Project

What’s great about South West Wales? What do you LOVE about your town or village?

South West Wales Connected wants to hear from our local communities. We would love you to create a visual to make visitors want to explore your town. Why don’t you make a short film, write a poem or a rap or create a piece of artwork and let us share your great ideas and the things that you love and make your hometown or village unique.

We will share the winning visuals on our website and social media to promote train travel and spread the word about your town!

HOW TO ENTER

Create a short film, a song, a poem, a rap or a piece of artwork to showcase what you LOVE about your town or village. This project is open to everyone who wants to get involved!

Submit your entry with completed entry form and media consent form to jennifer@southwestwales.co

11-13-year olds will need to ask their parents/carers’ permission for us to share entries on social media.

Categories:
Film clip/video (max 2 minutes)
Song/Rap (max 2 mins)
Poem (Max 100 words in length)
Piece of artwork (A3 size)

Please read the ‘Terms & Conditions’ before entering the competition.

Click the buttons below to download the documents needed to submit your creative work!

REMEMBER:

Your entry must be created in your home town or village. If it has been created at a railway station it will be disqualified.

Do not identify yourself in your entry e.g. do not use your full name or film yourself outside your front door. This is for your protection.

There are many free video editing apps available, some possible ones to try include: KineMaster, FilmoraGo and Power Director (Android) and iMovie, KinMaster and BeeCut (iPhone).

Copyright:
We will only accept films and songs which feature original or royalty free images and sound. There are many sites available with royalty free music you could try YouTube Studio or Pixabay.

We will not be able to accept any entries that do not adhere to this. Do make sure that you use original music or have obtained the right to use other sourced music. Avoid commercial charts or known tracks as these will not be copyright free.

CREATING A VIDEO

Watch this video from Theatr Gwaun to get some tips on how you can create a film on your phone!