The Henley Herald has joined together in partnership with David Rodger Sharp jewellers in Duke Street to run a competition for the chance to win your rainbow picture turned into a piece of jewellery.
The competition is open to everyone (all ages) and the winner chosen will have their rainbow made into either a pendant, cuff links or a brooch.
All you need to do is upload a photo of your rainbow and tag @henleyherald on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and use the #henleyrainbows. For every rainbow submitted David Rodger Sharp will donate 10 face masks to local charities and community groups that need them.
If your rainbow isn’t the winner and you’d still like it made into a piece of jewellery, David will be very happy to do this and will donate 20% of profits to local charities.
David said, “The rainbows I see on my walks around town make me smile, I thought it would be lovely for the Herald to bring these all together to share with everyone online.”
The deadline for entries is Friday 15 May at 5pm.
Pictured above is Sophie Moulds who designed and coloured the rainbow with her sister Jess and below is Emily John’s rainbow.