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Win two tickets to Glastonbury Festival and become WaterAid's Vlogger for the weekend


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Here’s an opportunity all budding filmmakers should get involved with: development charity WaterAid is today launching a competition for vloggers and social media fanatics to win two tickets to be part of their multimedia team at this year's Glastonbury Festival.

Each day at Glastonbury, the lucky winner will be given a short creative assignment to draw attention to WaterAid's upcoming summer campaign – Change the Record. The content will be posted on WaterAid's social media channels which have a collective total of 100,000 followers.

The Change the Record campaign focuses on girls, as they are the most affected by the water and sanitation crisis.

You can enter the competition by uploading a 15-second Instavid to Instagram showing that clean water rocks, using the hashtags #cleanwaterrocks, and tagging the @WaterAid account.

The competition is open to all UK residents over the age of 18. Four entries will be shortlisted by WaterAid, with the fifth voted for by the public as the most liked on Instagram.

Joe Downie, Social Media Manager at WaterAid, said: "We're looking for people with a unique creative style who will be able to support our campaign activities at the festival through their own eyes.

"Water is a fundamental human right that can save and transform lives – we would like entrants to submit an original film clip that can communicate that key message.

He adds: "We want to see anything from song and dance to prose and puppetry, the more inventive the better! We're really excited to see what comes in and who will be joining us on the team for the weekend."

The competition launches today (Monday 19th May) and runs until Monday 9th June.
WaterAid has been an official charity partner of Glastonbury Festival since 1994, providing free water and toilet services that directly relate to its work in 26 countries around the world. Its presence at the festival aims to highlight the global water and sanitation crisis in which 748 million people have no access to safe water, and 2.5 billion people have nowhere safe to go the toilet.

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