This year's winner of Bill Esterson MP's school Christmas card competition is from Aintree D
This year's winner of Bill Esterson MP's school Christmas card competition is from Aintree Davenhill Primary School.
The lucky winner, 10 year old Lucy Higham was presented with her prize, a book token at school assembly before Christmas.
Sefton Central MP, Bill Esterson said, "Congratulations to Lucy for her competition winning entry and thank you to everyone who took part in this year's competition. We receive hundreds of entries every year from school children in Formby, Maghull, Lydiate, Melling, Aintree and Crosby. The quality of the designs this year was really good and my team and I had a tough choice to make. In the end Lucy's clear design stood out as our favourite.
"My Christmas cards go to homes and workplaces across Sefton Central and to my Labour colleagues as well, so Lucy's artwork will help to spread the Christmas spirit far and wide. I hope that Lucy's card will take pride of place among the cards sent to Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, although I suspect that may not be the case for Prime Minister, Theresa May if only because of the sheer number of cards received at Number 10 Downing Street.
Thank you also to the members of the Labour Action Team who have helped to deliver Lucy's cards across Sefton Central. We have thousands of cards to deliver and my team depend on our wonderful volunteers for their hard work and support.
Finally, a very merry Christmas to everyone in Sefton Central."