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Halton children asked to design a card with Santa wearing specs
THE World has teamed up with Conlons Opticians in Widnes to invite children to create their very own Christmas card, showing Father Christmas wearing glasses.
The winner will receive a pair of top of the range childrem’s sunglasses plus lots of colouring in equipment including felt tips, paints, and glitter pens.
They will also have their winning card framed and used as the company’s Christmas card that will be sent out to thousands of contacts across the UK.
The competition is open to children up the age of 12.
Entrants can use pencils, pens, markers or paints to create their original Christmas card design, but not crayons, glitter or glue.
Conlons Widnes branch manager, Lisa Fallding said: “We are really excited about launching this great competition and can’t wait to see all the brilliant entries and what our company Christmas card will look like.
“I am sure there are lots of talented children and we hope they enjoy designing the cards.”
Founded in 1882, Conlons is a family run business with 17 branches located throughout the north west, Wales and Scotland one of the region’s leading eye care specialists for more than 130 years.
Runcorn schoolboy Lewis Crane, aged five, of Wharfedale, Greenhouse Farm, a pupil at St Martin’s RC Primary School, won last year’s competition.
Send your entries to Conlons, 24 Albert Road, Widnes WA8 6JE, before October 28.
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