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Our Jubilee Drawing Competition

Did you know our Queen has been on the throne for 70 years now? Isn't that fantastic?!

To celebrate, we are inviting the children in and around Harrow to draw us a Jubilee-inspired picture and enter it into our competition. One lucky winner will receive £50 to spend at a store of their choice!

To enter, download our free template here OR visit one of the stores in the list below to pick up a printed copy.

Then, either hand it back in to one of these stores OR email it to us at

Where to collect/return Jubilee drawings:

  • Cards Direct
  • Full Stop Aesthetics
  • Haute Dolci
  • Heriot Cakes
  • McDonald's
  • Nando's
  • Pandora
  • Pizza Express
  • Puttstars
  • Prezzo
  • Ryman
  • Smiggle
  • Trespass
  • The Fragrance Store
  • Vision Express
  • Vue
  • Wilko


Terms & Conditions:

To enter the Queen’s Jubilee drawing competition, entrants must:

- Use the FREE template to complete their design

- Send a photo of their design to or hand it in to a store listed above.

The competition runs until midnight on Sunday 5th June. Only entries made before this date will be entered into the competition.
After the closing date, the St George’s Shopping Centre team will choose 1 winner from the designs.
The promoter for this competition is Toolbox Marketing.
Please note that the £50 total must be spent at one store of the winner’s choice in St George’s Shopping Centre only. Where possible, St George’s Shopping Centre will arrange a £50 voucher or £50 credit in store. Where this is not possible, another store must be chosen.
The prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged. No cash alternative is available.
By entering the promotion, you accept these terms and conditions and agree to participate in any publicity associated with this promotion. If the entrants fail to agree to these terms and conditions, they will be automatically excluded from the promotion.
Details are correct at the time of publication, but are subject to change without prior notice.
The promoter and partners have arranged this prize draw in good faith and cannot accept liability in any matter relating to the prizes whatsoever.
The entrant’s personal information will only be used by our staff internally, for the purposes of the promotion and will not be passed on to any third parties other than where legally or contractually obliged.
The Promoter reserves the right to cancel the promotion at any stage. These terms and conditions are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.


St George’s Shopping Centre: we pledge to make a difference

Did you know that one in four adults feel lonely some or all of the time and, during lockdown, loneliness was almost 3 times that of pre-pandemic levels?

That’s why this year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is loneliness - raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health and the practical steps we can take to address it.


Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 9th-15th May 2022. During this week, we’ve been sharing information about loneliness and mental health on our social media pages, as well as suggestions on how to make a difference.

We’ve also been in touch with FirmFoundation - a local charity which helps relieve the immediate suffering of the homeless, while working with them to find a practical and sustainable solution to their needs. They’ve helped us to understand how rough sleeping and the resultant loneliness can really impact the mental health of those without a home.


What’s more, the St George’s team has made a pledge to make a difference in their community and recorded their individual commitments for Mental Health Awareness Week. 

  • I will get in touch with friends that have moved away and let them know that I think of them." - Jelena -
  • "I will purchase 5 baguettes & packets of crisps and give them to 5 homeless people." - Robin -
  • "I will take 5 friends out for a curry." - Darren -
  • "Mental Health Awareness for me is not only for the week but a continuous effort to help individuals just by talking to them and making sure that they are alright. My pledge is to carry on talking and supporting individuals as much as possible. I will also encourage my friends and colleagues to start going to the gym or do some sort of exercise as I feel this helps strengthen your mental health from personal experience." - Deepak -
  • “I will send a message to 5 friends and arrange a catch up, just to let them know I’m thinking about them.” -Fran-


Darren Harman, Centre Manager, said: “Mental Health Awareness Week is really important to us. St George’s Shopping Centre is a centre for the community and we want the people of Harrow to know that they can always find a smile here. The team and I have enjoyed sharing suggestions with our community about how to make a difference to the people around us, and we wanted to make our individual commitments to demonstrate just how easy it is to do. As our Soft Services Manager said, mental health awareness is more than just a week for us and we will continue to raise awareness and support this important cause as much as we can.”