MADAM, Young people in Monmouthshire are being offered the chance to win a place at the UK UNESCO World Heritage Youth Summit 2015 in Blaenavon. The summit takes place from the 20th to 22nd October and will welcome around 180 youth representatives from all over the UK.?They will have an opportunity to explore historical sites of global importance such as Big Pit and the Blaenavon Ironworks, walk the landscape, debate global heritage, and attend a conference dinner and disco. To be in with a chance of winning, groups of four young people aged between 13-17 (or up to 25 if in special education), must create a piece of artwork based on the Blaenavon World Heritage Site that tackles the question "How can we use world heritage to change the place we live in for the better?" Entries can be in the form of a piece of creative writing, a performance, visual art, or film and digital media.?The winners will receive two night's free accommodation for themselves plus one adult, food, a goody bag, t-shirt and free access to all activities at the summit, The winners will go forward for a national competition to win membership of CADW granting free access to historical sites across Wales and a tablet. The deadline for entries is Friday 24th July.?For more information and to enter the competition, visit:"> Chris Latham (Torfaen Borough Council)