We announce winners of schools’ Christmas competitions

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We have announced the winners of its two annual Christmas-themed competitions with local schools.

We held a Christmas card competition for pupils at Treetops School, a specialist school in Grays, and a poetry competition for pupils at Rayleigh Primary School.

Lee McClellan, a Partner at the firm, visited Treetops School on Monday 10 December 2018 to present prizes to the four winners of the Christmas card competition.

The winning entries were designed by:

1st Prize: Isabelle Pearson, aged 9

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2nd Prize: Thaila Mille Houry-Sykes, aged 9

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3rd Prize: Aaron Tregunno, aged 9

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4th Prize: Jimmy Scamp, aged 8

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Each of the four winning designs features in the firm’s Christmas e-card to clients and contacts.

Meanwhile, Adam Davis, a Partner at the firm and head of the Rayleigh office, visited Rayleigh Primary School to announce the winners of the firm’s Christmas poetry competition.

Fee earners at the Rayleigh office of Palmers Solicitors chose three winners from each of four age groups:

Year 1 – Sienna Rae Scott (1ab) – 1st prize, 2nd price – Alex Kelly (1ab), 3rd prize – Elise (1ab).

Year 2 – Erica Innis 2ct – 1st prize, Maisy Smith – 2ct – 2nd prize and Tilly 2lf – 3rd prize.

Years 3 & 4 combined – 1st prize Freddie H-T (class 4kl), Darcy De Cruz, 4kl – 2nd prize.  3rd prize – Emily Anderson Jane 3AN.

Years 5 and 6 combined – 1st prize Jessica B (6JC), 2nd prize – Mary A (5Af) and 3rd prize –Daisy Harvey (5af)

Lee McClellan said: “Our thanks, as always, go to all the children who took part and to the staff concerned.

“We hope that the thousands of people across the local area who receive our e-card take as much joy and inspiration from the winning entries as we did from all of the entries received.”

Adam Davis added: “All of us at the Rayleigh office were very impressed with the children’s creativity in writing their poems. It was very difficult to choose just a handful of winners from so many excellent entries.”


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