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FROME SCHOOL PUPILS WIN CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION

09/01/2015

FIVE pupils from a Frome Primary School have won a competition to design a Christmas card for Rossetti House.

The competition was won by Hannah Billing, Julian Potoniec, Mathilda Wickham, Amelia Natalia Skorupa and Abigail Rolliston, who all attend St Louis Catholic Primary School.

The winning designs included a decorated Christmas tree wishing everyone in the world a Happy Christmas, a nativity scene, a festive candy stick drawing, a picture of Father Christmas and his sack of toys and a yuletide scene of a robin with Santa and his sleigh.

Home Manager Emma Murphy said: "I’d like to congratulate all five of the winners."

"There were so many fantastic designs and we were very impressed by the high standard of the entries."

"We just couldn’t pick our favourite, so we narrowed it down to five very deserving winners."

"It's been lovely to work with St Louis again and to continue to build Rossetti’s relationship with the school."

"I'd like to wish everyone in Frome a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Rossetti House."

The Christmas cards will now be sent to the friends and family of Rossetti House’s residents and members of the local community.