Our Christmas Card Design Competition – Results!

large Christmas tree in the middle with all leaves as hands, a snow man on one side a reindeer on the other with 'merry Christmas' written across the top of the page.

So,.. with lots of entries again for our Christmas Card Competition, … the results are in….

We are delighted to announce that Lili Dixon (aged 14) from Doncaster School for the Deaf, won FIRST prize.  Her design is shown here, and will be printed and sent round to all our contacts, colleagues and friends so it can be displayed and seen by many!!

SECOND prize was won by a student (aged 13) at Corner House, and THIRD prize went to Keeley Stevens (aged 9) from Stoke Mandeville Combined School.

All three also receive an Amazon token to reward them for their hard work.

Our thanks go to our three judges for giving up their precious time to look through all the entries, discuss their views and come up with the top three designs.  Thank you so much,

Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq (www.rubbena.com), 

Christopher Sacre (www.seeandcreate.org.uk) and 

Luke Christian (www.deafidentity.com)

Keep an eye out for more competitions, and our What’s On page for BSL accessible events.  Also, why not follow us on social media.

Happy Christmas everyone!


Second Prize went to:                                  and Third Prize went to:

TH. from Corner House                              Keeley Stevens.  Age: 9 from Stoke Mandeville Combined School.


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