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Knights announce winners of Christmas competitions

The Knights of St Columba have announced the winners of their Christmas painting and photo competitions.

In the Lowestoft Council the Junior KS2 competition for crib photos was won by Jasper Brooks aged 10 (family entry) from the parish of Our Lady Star of the Sea. In second place was Amelia Brooks aged nine (family entry) from the same parish.

In the Mary photos section first prize went to Amelia Brooks, and second prize to Jasper Brooks.

In the secondary KS 3 competition of the crib scene first prize went to Paolo Anderson aged 13 (family entry) from Our Lady Star of the Sea and second prize to Noela da Costa age 12 from the same parish.

For the Mary scene first prize went to Noela da Costa and second prize to Paolo Anderson.

Entrants coming first and second in the council 518 round also came first and second in the East Anglia Province 27 round. Those coming first had their entries sent up to Head Office for National adjudication.

There was one extra winner at Province in the Junior Crib scene competition: place went to Vera aged nine from year 5 of St. Augustine’s School, Norwich.

Norwich Council 976 Photo Competition results were: St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School – first Vera, second Persephone – aged 10, third India – aged 10.

In the main painting competition of a scene and biblical verse the Key Stage 1 first prize went to Emmanuel Subash aged 6 from St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School and in Key Stage 2 the first prize went to Juniper Timberlake aged 10 from St.Edmund’s Catholic Primary School in  Bungay.

In Kings Lynn Council 319 Key Stage 1 first prize went to Sonia Sempolowicz aged 6 and in Key Stage 2 to Adrianna Lee aged 11.

In Norwich Council 976 prize for Key Stage 1 went to Emmanuel Subash aged 6 and in Key Stage 2 to Belle Creasy aged eight.

Pictured above is the crib scene by Paolo Anderson.