1st December 1995 at 00:00
10 X 10. The Teenage Cancer Trust Unit is asking schools to think up ideas to turn Pounds 10 into Pounds 100 (or more) towards the building of a specialist unit for teenage patients in major hospitals. Closing date: December 22. Team prizes will be awarded for the most ingenious ways of raising money, the school raising the most will win a Peugeot 12-seater minibus, and each team raising Pounds 100 will receive a set of four TCT 10 x 10 T-shirts. Details: 0171 436 2877.


Schoolchildren have the chance to win a multimedia computer for themselves and another for their school. Pro Carton is inviting children to design a lunch box made of carton materials and devise a healthy menu with which to fill it. Closing date: January 30. Entry forms from BCLO Public Relations, 16 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2LG.


The Chartered Institute of Transport in the UK is offering secondary schools and sixth forms the chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip around some of the major transport sites in Europe, and generous cash prizes. Students are required to research a key transport issue and demonstrate in the form of an essay or project a grasp of the importance of transport to their daily lives. Closing date: January 31. Details: 01737 353636.

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