Chris Grayling launched a Christmas Card competition this year amongst junior and infant schools in Epsom & Ewell. The winning entry was designed by Emily Reeh age 6 of Barnet Wood Infant School and will be used on Chris Grayling’s official Christmas card this year and will even be sent to David Cameron the Prime Minister.
The competition was split into two ages groups 4 – 7 years and 8 – 11 years. The runners up were Natasha Cook aged 5 from St Christopher’s School and Daisy Potts aged 10 from Epsom Downs Primary School.
Dr Ofield Kerr, Vice Chancellor of the University of Creative Arts lent his expertise to help judge the entries and select the winning design with Mr Grayling.
‘I am delighted to announce that Emily Reeh age 6 is the worthy winner of my Christmas Card Competition. I was really impressed with the high level of entries we received and it was a difficult decision to choose an overall winner. Thank you to all the schools and pupils who participated.’ Chris Grayling MP