HERE'S a chance for a group of young people to get national recognition for a harvest song, poem or rap.
Any youth group (with members aged under 18), from Scouts to theatre groups to a group of friends from school or college, can enter a competition organised by Love British Food, in association with the National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs.
The contest is for a new anthem for the modern day harvest festival.
"We all know traditional harvest hymns, songs and poems such as We Plough The Fields And Scatter, Harvest Moon and God Speed The Plough, but we want YOU to produce a song, rap or poem that will inspire a new generation – it's all about food and the harvest as you see it today," says the Love British Food website.
The piece will become the theme for this year's national food promotion, and the winners will receive £500, plus VIP invitations to British Food Fortnight's very special harvest service at Westminster Abbey.
Any collection of young people (1-30 in number) can take part.
Visit www.lovebritishfood.co.uk/british-food-fortnight/digital-harvest-celebration-2013/ for details of how to enter.
If you need inspiration, here's a great YouTube video of spoof boy band The Churned, advertising Yeo Valley products: