Lilian Greenwood MP

Labour Member of Parliament for Nottingham South

Christmas Card Winners Announced

Christmas winner 2012

 

Lilian Greenwood, Labour MP for Nottingham South, is delighted to announce the winner of her annual Christmas card competition. Olivia Black, 10, from Fernwood Junior School in Wollaton will see her design sent out to over 2000 people.


As the winner, Olivia will spend a day in Parliament with her family and enjoy lunch on the Terrace with Lilian. She will also receive a free family ticket to a Nottingham Panthers' match.


Lilian said:


"We'd suggested that children take inspiration from 2012's national events, and her vivid painting really captured the spirit of the Queen's visit  to Nottingham.


"I'm looking forward to showing Olivia around Parliament. She beat some tough competition and I'm grateful to all the schools and children that took part.


"I'd like to thank Mike Sassi from the Nottingham Post and Kay Hardiman from the Nottingham Contemporary for helping to judge the competition, and E.on for their support, which made the competition possible."

 

 

Olivia Black - Winning Entry
Olivia Black's winning entry


Two further entries were singled out on account of their special merit and are displayed below. Lilian Greenwood is grateful to all the children and schools that took part in the competition.

 

 

Emma Green - Fernwood

Emma Green - Fernwood School

 

Ann Kalapurakkal age 9 - blessed robert widmerpool school

Ann Kalapurakkal - Blessed Robert Widmerpool School

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