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December 5, 2014 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Apley Children’s Christmas Art competition – 13 winners announced

30-11-14, Apley Children's Christmas Art Competition (146)2014-11-22, rename (21)In the middle of the Apley Christmas Food Fair last Sunday, we announced the 13 winners of the Apley Children’s Christmas Art competition. So many staff & customers have said how delightful they think the whole exhibition is. The standard was so high, it made choosing winners very difficult – hence the 13 categories ! Thank you to all who entered, especially Worfield School children. The overall winner turned out to be the drawing I’ve already blogged last week of Jesus in Pigg’s Playbarn. The theme was food, Christmas & Apley – all 3 or any combination.

Prizes can be collected from the Farm Shop (ask for Rebecca or Jane in the office) during normal opening times (Mon –Sat 9.30-5.30pm, Sun 10-4pm).

The winners were:

Best drawing Olaf Oliver Evans
Most Christmassy Angel Kal Francis
Best hand or foot print Snowmen feet Thomas Tipton
Best hand or foot print Christmas lights Luke Smith
Most imaginative Wreath of hands – The Special Christmas Tree Owen Atherden
Best collage Oh Christmas tree Henry Walker
Best hand or foot print Reindeer hands Ava Chandler
Best hand or foot print Christmas pudding Gabriella Atkinson
Most writing Christmas at Apley Iona Brickley
Most creative Collage on blue card Josie
Overall winner Jesus at Pigg’s Playbarn Hannah Insley
Most Apley Christmas at Apley Chloe King
Most foodie picture Tescos butter Christmas tree The Nest Early Years Group

 

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