Christmas Card Competition 2023
Thank you to everyone who sent in entries for this years Christmas Card Competition and who voted for their favourite in the final. Everyone who sent in an entry will be getting a certificate. The quality of designs this year was very high, and the voting was very close.
But, the people have spoken and we have a winner!
So congratulations to Willow, from Beechwood Primary School, who came first with her Christmas Tree design!
A special well done also to Sahiru of Leighton Academy and Paizley of Monks Coppenhall Academy who were runners up in 2nd and 3rd.
Thank you to Daniel Dunning-Cole and Scott Dunning from the Charterhouse Group for sponsoring the competition this year. Thanks to their generosity, we are able to give creative arts prizes for the winning school and two runners up and we will also be working with Crewe FC to sell the cards to raise money for The Wishing Well Project.
The time has come to decide the winning design for my Christmas Card this year. Once again primary school pupils from across the constituency have unleashed their creativity and sent in some amazing artwork. Thank you to everyone who took part - you all did fantastically. Deciding the designs to go through to the final was very difficult, but I have selected the below to go to a public vote to decide the winner - that will be sent to, among others, the Prime Minister. Vote for your winner via the survey below, or 'like' the picture for your favourite on my Facebook post (click here).
Thank you to Daniel Dunning-Cole and Scott Dunning from Charterhouse Group (www.charterhouse.group) for sponsoring the competition this year. Thanks to their generosity we are able to give creative arts prizes for the winning school and two runners up and we will also be working with Crewe FC to sell the cards to raise money for The Wishing Well.
Voting will close 12pm Tuesday 28th November. Good luck everyone!
(Those not wishing to provide their email when voting can provide email@example.com)
1. Adrian, 9 Years Old - Monks Coppenhall Academy
The bright colours, glittery letters and little gold stars combine to make a stunning card.
2. Sofia, 5 Years Old - Bridgemere CofE Primary
The bold gold star and hand print tree caught my eye.
3. Zoe, Year 5 - Nantwich Primary
I wasn't quite sure if they were penguins or snow men, but they looked cute and happy and put a smile on my face.
4. Willow, 10 Years Old - Beechwood Primary School
A big bold Christmas tree, a nice traditional card-those red and green baubles must've taken a while.
5. Sahiru, 8 Years Old - Leighton Academy
The card really stood out for the quality of the craftmanship-especially the bright colours and the Santa.
6. Summer, Year 2 - Haslington Primary
More of Snowmonster than a Snowman, but the cute not scary kind!
7. Paizley, 10 Years Old - Monks Coppenhall Academy
Who wouldn't be drawn to those Grinchmas eyes! Fantastic! I also loved the list-I think Paizley covered just about all the best things!
8. Oliver, Year 4 - Nantwich Primary
The bold black border adds sophistication to this design, simplicity with added Christmas sparkle.
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