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By Arena Webteam - 3rd September 2018 7:11pm
2018 Competition Results
The challenge was set: Produce a display in the window or garden of the house on the theme of Alice in Wonderland.
Resources were gathered: cardboard, old socks, flowers, tissue paper, empty bottles, old tights, soft toys.......
Happy hours were spent: colouring, cutting, gluing, flower arranging, painting and crafting.
Until finally a wide variety of superb entries brightened up the village including Alice in Wonderland bunting, Cheshire Cats, the Mad Hatter's Tea Party, flamingo croquet mallets, the White Rabbit's pocket watch and the two of Hearts painting white roses red.
Children's category -
1st — The Mad Hatter's Tea Party by Isabelle and Jessica
2nd — The Cheshire Cat by Sam and Eleanor
Adults' category -
Joint 1st — The Mad Hatter's Tea Party by Kathryn Cronin and the Ford family
Flamingo Croquet mallets by Jean Jones
3rd — The Cheshire Cat by Larry Bannon
Congratulations to the winners and well done to everyone who competed!
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