Easter card kids net cracking prizes for schools

PUBLISHED: 11:58 01 May 2013

James Trevett from Sidmouth Garden Centre hands out prizes to the winners of an Easter card competition. Receiving their gifts are Leon Dance, Ryan Briggs, Mia Bagwell, Emma Horrell with Oliver Horrell and Annie Dunn. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 9513-16-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

James Trevett from Sidmouth Garden Centre hands out prizes to the winners of an Easter card competition. Receiving their gifts are Leon Dance, Ryan Briggs, Mia Bagwell, Emma Horrell with Oliver Horrell and Annie Dunn. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 9513-16-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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THESE creative youngsters scored a host of treats for their schools after taking part in an Easter card competition at Sidmouth Garden Centre.

More than 300 creative children from six different schools entered the contest.

The first prize winner for the under 10s category was Annie Dunn, nine, from Newton Poppleford.

The first prize winner for the over 10s category was Emma Horrell, 13, from Sidmouth.

Their winning designs will be made into Easter cards and be available to buy at the garden centre next year to raise funds for the Children’s Hospice South West.

Both also received an Easter hamper of eggs, gardening bits worth £50, and a £100 voucher for their school.

The second prize winner for the under 10s category was Mia Bagwell, nine, with Ryan Briggs, five, the runner-up.

The second prize winner for the over 10s was Leon Dance, 10.

Both won a hamper of Easter eggs and gardening bits worth £50 and a £50 voucher for their school.


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