Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP awards annual Christmas card competition

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds recently visited Mickleton School to present the winner of his annual Christmas card competition, which this year was held in association with The Pudding Club, based in The Three Ways House Hotel, Mickleton, Gloucestershire GL55 6SB

Katie Meddins-Fawden, aged 10, was announced as the winner of the competition during a full school assembly for her excellent design.

Her design will be featured on all of Mr Clifton-Brown’s Christmas cards this year.

Katie Meddins-Fawden’s winning Christmas card design 

Commenting afterwards Geoffrey Clifton-Brown said “I would like to thank Katie, and all the other pupils that entered the competition, for their hard work and excellent designs. It was a difficult decision to make.

I also cannot help being impressed by the work Adrian Webb, the Head Teacher of Mickleton School, and his staff, are doing at the school which is reflected by the growing number of children from Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire, who are now attending the school.”

Presentation in Three Ways House Hotel

(left to right) Sarah Bellew, Deputy Manager Three Ways House Hotel; Adrian Webb, Head Teacher Mickleton School; Katie Meddins-Fawden, competition winner; Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP

Three Ways House Hotel

Mickleton, Chipping Campden,Glos, GL55 6SB

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Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds

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