Pinney Talfourd teamed up with local special needs school Corbets Tey School for their ‘Design a Christmas Card 2015’ Competition.
Pinney Talfourd’s Christmas committee got together to judge the entries and were hugely impressed with the creativity and effort of the children.
Neel of Cherry class won first prize with a colourful paint design of a penguin using his footprint. It has been used for Pinney Talfourd’s Christmas card and Neel received a toy of his choice at his school Christmas assembly in December.
The Bulletin were also delighted to get involved again this year and generously provided a gift voucher to the runner up Rhys for his Santa and sleigh collage. In addition to a prize for Neel and Rhys we could not resist awarding another nine mini artists a prize for their fantastic efforts.
Client Services Partner, Catherine Polli, said “Thank you to everyone at the school for your time and effort. The children were an absolute delight to work with. We are also thrilled that the Bulletin has donated a prize again this year as there are always so many great entries it is hard to choose just one winner.”
As with every year, Pinney Talfourd Solicitors gave a donation to the school for their help in organising this annual event. This will be used on school materials to help the children continue to develop their creative skills.