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Mayor’s Christmas eCard Winner Announced

Mayor's Christmas Card Competition Winner 2022 - a colourful drawing of Rudolph leaving presents in Littlehampton

The Mayor of Littlehampton Councillor Jill Long is delighted to announce five year-old Littlehampton resident, Edith Lock-Brees will be joining her on stage on Saturday 19 November to press the big switch that will turn the Town’s illuminations on.

Edith has been granted the honour after winning this year’s ‘Design the Mayor’s Christmas Card’ competition with her design of Rudolph delivering presents in Littlehampton. She has also won a £50 voucher to spend in a local store.

Speaking about the competition Town Mayor, Councillor Jill Long, said: “I had a very difficult time choosing a winner from the wonderful entries but Edith’s design was so bright and colourful that I thought it was ideal for spreading festive cheer. I will be sending it via email to wish a Merry Christmas to all my contacts who I am sure will smile when they see the beautiful drawing. It felt important to celebrate the hard work children put into their drawings so together with the Museum we have arranged for all the designs to be on display in one of the galleries from Thursday 24 November. So make sure you visit Littlehampton Museum during the festive period. It is open 6 days a week and entry is free plus you can enjoy 2-hour free disc parking in Town Centre car parks.”

See the Christmas What's On Guide for a full programme of festive events.