Winnersh Primary School pupil wins John Redwood’s Christmas Card competition

A Christmas painting by Winnersh Primary School pupil Sam Pulleyn, aged 8, has been chosen as the picture that will be used on the front of Wokingham MP John Redwood’s parliamentary Christmas cards.

Sam’s picture was chosen by a panel of two judges as the winning entry in the annual Wokingham Christmas Card Competition, in which individual school pupils submit their Christmas themed drawings or paintings to John Redwood’s constituency office in Rose Street.

Sam’s picture will be printed on the front of Mr. Redwood’s Christmas cards. The back of the cards will also feature pictures by the four runners up, who are Aarron Ponsford (age 5, Shinfield Infants School); Henry Tompkins (age 9, Ludgrove School); Olivia Mansfield (age 5, Emmbrook Infants School) and Imogen Cowgill (age 7, Winnersh Primary School).

Speaking about the competition, John Redwood said: “I am very grateful to all the pupils who took the time to submit their drawings and paintings. The judges had a very difficult task choosing a winning entry, as the quality of many of the pictures was so high”.

“I would like to congratulate Sam, Aarron, Henry, Olivia and Imogen, and we look forward to seeing the final product which should come back from the printers soon”.

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