MP’s Christmas card competition
Hundreds of school children across the Weaver Vale constituency took part in Graham Evans’ annual Christmas card competition, and the winners have just been announced.
“My annual Christmas card competition is one of the highlights of my year,” said Graham, “I love what our terrifically talented youngsters come up with each year. 2015 has seen more entries than ever which made it even harder to choose winners!”
The winning entries are published in Graham’s Christmas card which is delivered by volunteers to thousands of homes across Weaver Vale.
This year’s winner, whose picture appears on the front of the card, is 10 year old Emily Anderson from Frodsham CofE Primary.
The winner of the best High School category was Sophie Beckinham from Leftwich County High School, whilst runners up were Cameron Parton, 14, from the Russett School in Weaverham , 10 year old Lily Davey from Witton Church Walk School, 10 year old James Rogers from Helsby Horn’s Mill and Abi Cockram, 10, from Windmill Hill Primary. The winner of the Best pre-school entry was 3 year old Thomas Fairfield from Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School.
“The standard of the entries was incredibly high,” commented Graham, “and very very Christmassy! We had Father Christmas by the Kingsmead clock, Reindeers flying over Northwich, Alice in Wonderland characters in Daresbury bedecked in Christmas hats and lots of lovely snow filled scenes from around the constituency. I’d like to thank all those who took part and all the teachers who sent in the works of art. They were all fabulous, it was a very tough decision to make and shows just how artistic our local school children are!”