Gonville schoolboy wins competition to design MP’s card

Ten-year-old schoolboy Lewis Dyges from Gonville Primary in Thornton Heath has won a special prize for providing the design for local MP Steve Reed’s Christmas card – but he won’t find out what the prize is until Christmas day, because he has decided to keep it all wrapped up until then.

Steve Reed MP and the Gonville Primary Christmas card designers,

Steve Reed, the MP for Croydon North, and the Gonville Primary Christmas card designers, including Lewis Dyges

Dyges also received a printed copy of his winning design and a certificate, together with the runners-up, Layomi Osinowo and Aluel Omer Garang Yak Tonga.

“I was astonished by the very high standard of entries this year,” Reed said.

“It was very hard to pick a winner, but Lewis’s design stood out for its use of colour, visual impact and a very Christmassy feel. Lewis is clearly a very talented young man and I hope he and all the other children who entered the competition have a very happy Christmas.”


 

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