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Islington kids chance to hit the slopes

PUBLISHED: 11:52 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:52 30 January 2013

Islington kids can try their hand at snowboarding

Islington kids can try their hand at snowboarding

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Schoolchildren from Islington have a chance to hit the slopes thanks to a new competition.

The lucky winner can also fire salvo of snowballs at their friends after organisers dump a truckload of snow on the school playground.

To be in with a chance of winning, kids need to send in their original artwork that has snow as their subject.

As well as a playground full of snow, the successful entrant will win a private ski or snowboard lesson at the Snow Centre, in Hemel Hemstead - plus all entries will be displayed in their snow gallery.

For details, visit: www.thesnowcentre.com/competition.

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