Young artists chosen to create Mayor’s and Council Leader’s Christmas cards
8 December 2021
Six young artists have been selected to design the Mayor of Richmond upon Thames, Cllr Geoff Acton and Leader of the Council, Cllr Gareth Roberts' annual Christmas cards.
After a tough judging session, the below young residents had their entries chosen to be used for the Christmas cards for the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Leader of the Council.
The winners are:
- Anthony Simonov (Age 11) Holy Trinity (Mayor’s Card)
- Ralphie Morriss (Age 6) St Osmunds (Mayor’s Card)
- Lilly Sophia Smee (Age 8) Vineyard (Mayor’s Card)
- Viana Madad (Age 7) Hampton Wick Infants (Leader’s Card)
- Emma Kecskes (Age 10) Kew Riverside Primary (Leader’s Card)
- James Carey (Age 6) Hampton Infant School (Leader’s Card)
- Lois Bryson (Age 8) Holy Trinity
- Hayley Gold (Age 7) Chase Bridge
- Ella Lau (Year 6) St Richards
- Alexandra Foster (Age 6) Hampton Wick Infant School
- Chloe Hadcroft-Parrouty (Age 6) Hampton Wick Infant School
- Zoey Gray (Age 6) Hampton Wick Infant School
The Christmas cards will be sent to organisations, businesses and charities that the Council and Mayor have worked with throughout the year.
Cllr Geoff Acton, Mayor of Richmond upon Thames, said:
"The standard of the entries for my card competition this year was amazing! Thank you to all the children who took part and sent me their entries. All of the young artists showed off their talent and the winning designs will look fantastic on my Christmas cards."
Cllr Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond Council, added:
"With so many wonderful creations to choose from the job of judging was incredibly difficult. Well done to everyone who took part in this year’s competition."
Up to: December 2021
Updated: 29 December 2021