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Winners announced for creative competition that shows off children's amazing designs

Published 22 December 2020
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Young people in Wiltshire have been showing off their extraordinary talent with their entries into a creative competition to share messages around COVID-19

Children aged 4 to 11 displayed their talents with eye-catching posters and thoughtful writing sharing how to stay safe and what their hopes are for 2021.

Now the winning entries for posters and writing have been announced and the winners have received a £20 gift voucher and runners-up a £10 gift voucher.

The winners were William Graham, aged 5, Imogen Cant, aged 8 and Kelsie Raath, aged 8.

Runners up were Ffion Hughes, aged 6, Layla Rice, aged 7, Charlie Bland,  aged 9, Cerys Hughes, aged 8, and Peyton Forbes aged 8.

Kate Blackburn, Director of Public Health for Wiltshire, was one of the judges in the competition. She said: "I'd like to thank all our children and young people who took part in this competition and say well done to everyone for their great entries. Your thoughtful entries help to illustrate how we are all coping with an extraordinary year. 

"It was tough choosing the winners and runners-up but we appreciate your efforts and congratulations on receiving the prizes." 

Published 22 December 2020
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