December 21, 2006 4:43 PM
Jenny Randerson, Jenny Willott and Jacob Evans

Jenny Randerson and Jenny Willott congratulate Jacob Evans, the winner of their Christmas Card competition

Jacob Evans, a year six pupil at Marlborough Junior School, will see his design adorning local MP, Jenny Willott and local Assembly Member, Jenny Randerson's Christmas cards this year after winning a competition to design their official card for 2006.

Jacob was presented with his prize of a £10 book voucher on Thursday 20th December at a special assembly at Marlborough Junior School. He and his parents will also be taken for tea in either the House of Commons or the new Welsh Assembly Senedd building as part of his prize.

The design was chosen out of over 500 entries from pupils of local schools.

Jenny Randerson AM said of the winning entry,

"Jacob's design stood out because it was bright colourful, well designed and shows Cardiff at Christmas! But it was a very difficult choice to make, as the quality of the entries was very high."

Notes to Editors:

Photographs of the prize giving are enclosed. In the photo, left to right, are Jenny Randerson AM, Jacob Evans and Jenny Willott.

The full results of the competition were:

Reception to Year 2

1st Prize Maya Hoffer, Year 1, St Peter's RC Primary School

2nd Prize Melisa Chan, Year 2, Bryn Celyn Primary School

3rd Prize Geena George, Reception, St Peter's RC Primary School

Year 3 to Year 4

1st Prize Holly Thomas, Year 3, Bryn Celyn Primary School

2nd Prize Robbie Hurley, Year 4, St Peter's RC Primary School

3rd Prize Jack Rees, Year 4, St Peter's RC Primary School

Year 5 to Year 6

1st Prize Jacob Evans, Year 6, Marlborough Junior School

2nd Prize Kieran Nolan, Year 6, St Peter's RC Primary School

3rd Prize Osa Eghosa, Year 6, Marlborough Junior School


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