Shipley school children win card contest

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: DESIGNS: Geraldine Howley with (from left) Zoya Tahir, Aliyah Akram and Isobel Layden DESIGNS: Geraldine Howley with (from left) Zoya Tahir, Aliyah Akram and Isobel Layden

Festive designs by three pupils at Wycliffe Primary School, Shipley, have been turned into official 2013 Christmas e-cards for social housing group, Incommunities.

Youngsters were set the fun challenge of creating a festive image of their home, garden or area.

After carefully going through more than 110 entries housing staff chose their top three designs – created by Aliyah Akram, ten, Zoya Tahir, nine, and Isobel Layden, eight.

The three designs are being sent out online by Incommunities’ staff and board members to hundreds of organisations and partners.

The e-cards also promote the housing group’s nominated festive charity for 2013 – Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank.

Geraldine Howley, Incomm-unities Group chief executive, said: “Congratulations to Aliyah, Zoya and Isobel on creating such wonderful and colourful designs.

“I would like to thank all the pupils who sent in their designs and the staff at Wycliffe School who helped run the competition. There has clearly been a lot of work put in by everybody.”

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