Young Creativity Shines Bright in Norton Canes.

Winners Announced for Children’s Christmas Light Competition.
The festive spirit is alive and glowing in Norton Canes as the winners of the Children’s Christmas Light Competition have been announced. The competition, organised by the Norton Canes Parish Council, invited children to unleash their imagination and design their own Christmas lights, with the promise that the winning designs would be transformed into full-sized illuminated displays for the community to enjoy.
After much anticipation, the winners have been revealed, and their designs have been brought to life as stunning Christmas lights that are now on display at the Norton Canes Parish Council Office. The winners are:
1st prize: Lydia, year 5 at Jerome Primary School, with her enchanting Snowman design.
2nd prize: T Hughes, year 2 at Jerome Primary School, for a delightful Christmas Tree design.
3rd prize: Evelyn Haines, year 6 at Jerome Primary School, with a creative and festive Train design.
The competition received an overwhelming response from the young residents of Norton Canes, and the creativity and talent displayed in the entries made the judging process a delightful challenge. The winning designs truly capture the magic and joy of the holiday season.
“We are thrilled to see the incredible talent and creativity displayed by the children of Norton Canes,” said Cllr John Preece, Chairman of the Norton Canes Parish Council. “The Children’s Christmas Light Competition has been a resounding success, and we are delighted to see the community come together to celebrate the festive season in such a unique and heartwarming way.”
Given the overwhelming response and the success of the competition, the Norton Canes Parish Council is excited to announce that they will be running the competition again in 2024. Parents and children who are interested in participating are encouraged to contact Council Clerk Ginetta Adams via email at to request an application form or down load an application form here…/Compentition… As this Years winner was the wonderful Snowman, the council would like to see other designs for 2024, so why not get creative over the Christmas Holidays.