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YOU could appear in the Oor Wullie comic strip in The Sunday Post

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As the cheeky face of our Oor Hoose appeal for Robin House Children’s Hospice, Oor Wullie has been bowled over by your amazing generosity so far.

And now he wants to give something back.

So he’s offering one lucky reader an incredible opportunity to be immortalised alongside him in a comic strip to appear in The Sunday Post.

How’s that for a braw prize?

And all you have to do to be in with a shout of taking your place in comic history is share your favourite photos on Facebook starting tomorrow!

To kick off the fun we want you to start with the theme “My first . . .”.

It could be “My first . . . day at school”. What better way to mark your little one’s first day than a proud picture of them ready to leave for class?

Or if you have photos of your first day at school, why not post them? Go on let everyone see what you looked like as a nipper!

The pictures don’t have to be school based. Perhaps you could post ones of your first dog walk of the week or first cuddle with your cat.

You could even share snaps of your first cuppa of the day or first cheeky vino with the girls on Friday night!

You can post as many pics as you like. Use your imagination we can’t wait to see what you come up with.

Over the next few months we’ll be announcing other times we want you post your pics.

We might want you to share photos of you and yours wearing your favourite Christmas jumpers in December.

Or perhaps snaps of you and your sweetheart nowadays or back when you were wooing on Valentines Day.

At the end of the Oor Hoose appeal we’ll pick a winner from all the photos shared over the previous months.

Here’s what you have to do to make sure you’re in the running to appear alongside Oor Wullie.

1 – Post your favourite #OorHoose #Myfirst photo to the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland’s (CHAS) Facebook page.

2 – Text CHAS10 £3 to 70070.

3 – Tag in five friends and get them to share their photos and donate to CHAS too.

Once you’ve done that your photo is entered into the Oor Wullie prize draw and the winner will be announced on Sunday May 1, 2016.

At the end of each photo round the children from Robin House will choose their favourite 10 photos, we will then create an album from each round and share it on Facebook.

The public then “like” their favourite photo, the most popular wins that round.

The winning photo from each round goes into the final draw in April, when the four photos are again posted on facebook and the one with the most likes wins!

For terms and conditions go to www.chas.org.uk/fundraising_guidelines/oor_hoose_competition_terms_and_conditions