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Mayor’s Christmas eCard Winner Announced

Mayor's ecard Winner 2021- Design of Littlehampton icons at Christmas time

The Mayor of Littlehampton Councillor Michelle Molloy is delighted to announce Faye-Elizabeth Eager as the winner of the Civic Christmas Card competition. Faye’s design depicts some of the Littlehampton’s landmarks such as the Beacon, War Memorial, Mewsbrook and Father Christmas enjoying a visit to the beach. The card will be sent via email as an ecard to the Mayor’s contacts wishing them a Merry Christmas. The 10-year-old described her drawing as ‘all my favourite places in Littlehampton’. Faye has won £50 worth of vouchers for the Works.

Second place went to 6 year old Lilah Colbourn who drew a picture of the Town Clock and Christmas tree. Third place went to 7 year old Flynn McConville who drew a picture of one of the Town’s ‘Welcome to Littlehampton’ ship’s wheel. They won £25 and £15 worth of vouchers for the Works retrospectively.

Speaking about the competition Town Mayor, Councillor Michelle Molloy, said: “I really enjoyed seeing the beautiful and thoughtful entries. It was a very difficult task choosing a winner and I thank all the children who took part in this year’s competition. Faye’s design shows some of our Town’s iconic attractions all Christmassy and it is perfect for emailing out to my contacts this Christmas. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.”