Christmas Card Competition

19th December 2017

I am delighted to announce that the winner of my Christmas Card Competition this year is Nancy, aged 10, from Spooner Row Primary School – with her design “Sounds of Christmas”.

As ever, the standard of entries was incredibly high, reflecting the hard work put in by all pupils and, of course, the inspiration of their teachers across our area. I therefore also chose three highly commended entries too – from Dakota, Harry and Athena.

While I would normally be signing and stuffing over a thousand Christmas Cards at this time of year, I have instead decided to save money and trees by embracing the 21st century and sending my Christmas card by email.

Instead of the cost of the cards, I’m making a donation to the fantastic EACH Children’s Hospice who are raising funds for a brand new state-of- the-art centre for palliative care for children in Norfolk: see here for more details.

I wish you all a happy and peaceful Christmas, and congratulations once again to Nancy for her wonderful design.

Winning design
Above is the winning design: from Nancy Feeney, aged 10, of Spooner Row Primary School - it's called "Sounds of Christmas"
Below, three 'highly commended': Dakota Hannant, aged 6, of Toftwood Infant School; Athena Ellis, aged 9, of Great Ellingham Primary School; Harry Sayers, aged 9, of Hingham Primary School.
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