PfA Christmas card competition winner announced

On 11th November we launched our annual Christmas card competition to help spread Christmas cheer to everyone involved in the Preparing for Adulthood programme.

Young people were asked to submit their Christmas card designs and be in with the chance to win vouchers and have their designs published on our website and in our Christmas e-bulletin.

We ran our Christmas card competition to give young people an opportunity to demonstrate their creative talents and spread some Christmas cheer.  There were so many entries and it was difficult to choose a winner. On our panel this year included: Rob Greig, Chief Executive - National Development Team for inclusion, Christine Lenehan, Director - Council for Disabled Children and Anna Feuchtwang, Chief Executive, National Children's Bureau.

The winners of the Christmas card competition were from young people at Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People Independent Living Services, Dorincourt.

Anna Feuchtwang, NCB said: "The winning entry from the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People  is full of light and laughter. The card is a brilliant expression of confidence and skill. The competition was a pleasure to judge and a great way to show off all the entrants' potential and aspiration. National Children's Bureau and its Council for Disabled Children are proud to have been involved."