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North West Norfolk MP launches Christmas card competition with winning design being sent to Boris Johnson




North West Norfolk MP James Wild has launched a competition for primary school children to design his official Christmas card this year.

The winning design will be printed with the winner’s name and school inside.

Cards featuring the design will be sent to residents, community groups, and businesses across the community, as well as to the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Schoolchildren in North West Norfolk MP James Wild's constituency have until November 6 to submit their designs for the Christmas card competition
Schoolchildren in North West Norfolk MP James Wild's constituency have until November 6 to submit their designs for the Christmas card competition

Mr Wild said: “This is my first Christmas card competition and I’m excited to see the imaginative and creative ideas from primary pupils across the constituency.

“While I welcome designs on all themes, I particularly encourage entries that reflect the theme of what makes Christmas special.”

The competition is run with the support of Prontaprint which will print the cards featuring the winning design.

North West Norfolk Norfolk MP James Wild has launched a Christmas card competition for schoolchildren in his constituency
North West Norfolk Norfolk MP James Wild has launched a Christmas card competition for schoolchildren in his constituency

Mr Wild has contacted primary school headteachers in his constituency to encourage them to take part in the competition.

Entries should be A4 or smaller and preferably done in paint, felt tips, or crayons as coloured pencils do not reproduce well when printed. There should be no glitter included due to the printing.

Entrants must attend a primary school in Mr Wild’s constituency.

Designs should be sent to James Wild MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA with the name, address, and school name as well as an email address for the school or parent by November 6.



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