Christmas Card Competition

1st November 2018

I was so thrilled with the designs from last year’s Christmas Card Competition, that I have written to local primary schools again this year to ask for the help of talented youngsters to design my new Christmas card.

The competition is open to all children at primary schools in Mid Norfolk and the winning design and two runners-up will appear on the front and reverse of the 2018 Christmas Cards. I’m offering the winner an invitation to join me for a tour of Parliament and tea on the Terrace of the House of Commons with three other guests of their choice (to be redeemed by July 2019). The two runners-up will be awarded a £10 book token. Hopefully we might be able, in a small way, to help inspire some budding artists (and democrats!) in the next generation. The process is very simple – as set out below:

* Each school to send in their pupils’ designs (in one ‘pack’ please) no later than Friday 23rd November (I’m afraid Christmas card logistics mean late entries can’t be considered).

* ‘Packs’ may be sent in by post to : 8, Damgate Street, Wymondham, NR18 0BQ or scanned and emailed to: george.freeman.mp@parliament.uk

* The card itself must be hand drawn on a blank white A4 piece of paper/card.

* Every entry must have the child’s name, age, school name and card title carefully written on the back of the card design.

I do hope you will feel able to support the idea. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in touch with me or Tom Fenwick in my Wymondham office on 01953 600617.

Winning design from 2017:

Winning Christmas Card 2017 by Nancy, aged 10, of Spooner Row Primary School – “Sounds of Christmas”

By Nancy, aged 10, of Spooner Row Primary School – “Sounds of Christmas”

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