ACE Magazine Awards 2019

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ACE Magazine Awards 2019

The Association for Church Editors is launching its next Awards to celebrate and recognise the work of church magazine editors and their editorial teams.
Who will be eligible to take part?

  • The 2019 Awards are for A5 size magazines using colour printing.
  • A5 magazines which have colour on the front cover only are eligible to take part.
  • The Awards are open to all Christian denominations.
    Types of Awards
  • The Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards will receive an inscribed trophy to keep, together with a framed Certificate of Excellence.
  • The Gold Award winner will receive the John King Trophy, to be held for one year.
  • The winning entry in each of the following categories will receive a framed Certificate
    of Excellence:
  • ---Cover design
  • ---Overall layout & structure
  • ---Creativity of headlines
  • ---Use of graphics
  • ---Clarity of the Christian message
  • ---Appeal to a wider community
  • Entries not selected for one of the main Awards, but are considered to be of a sufficiently high standard, will receive a framed Certificate of Achievement.
    How to submit your entries:
  • Please two copies of two different issues of your magazine/newsletter produced during the last twelve months, one of which should cover either Easter or Christmas.
  • The closing date for entries is Monday 4th February 2019.
  • The review process will be based on printed magazines and not electronic versions.
  • Please send your magazines and entry form to:
  • John Farrow, Hamilton House, East Common, Harpenden, Herts AL5 1DA
    Please note:
  • The Awards will be presented at our Annual Meeting on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at Westminster Central Hall in London. It is an open meeting, so please come with anyone else who is interested.in good editing.
  • The Association's website is: www.churchmag.uk
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