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A COMPETITION to design a crazy golf hole as part of the new look Upminster mini golf course was launched at the Careers and Ideas Show at Havering College  on Thursday, March 26th 2015.

The Havering Council competition is open to young people across the borough.

The winning design – to be announced at the Kids Activity Expo on Sunday, May 17th – will be created and installed by Havering College construction students, from the Rainham Campus, who will be working in partnership with the council to give the Upminster mini golf course a spectacular facelift.

Lee Mills, Havering College Head of Construction, said: "Working for a client on a live site is an invaluable experience. The Crazy Golf project gives students studying construction crafts a chance to contribute to their local community and showcase their skills across a number of trades. We will be excited to see the winning design and can't wait to get started."

More information about the golf course and the competition can be found at

Entry forms can be downloaded from

Entries can be submitted by post to Crazy Golf Competition, Town Hall, Romford RM1 3BB or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All entries received by the deadline of 1st May 2015 will be entered into a prize draw to win one of nine seasonal passes to the new crazy golf course when it reopens.

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For further information on Art, Design or Construction Courses at Havering College visit, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01708 462801.

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