Keep Britain Tidy Christmas e-card is unveiled
07 December 2010
Many years ago we gave our festive message an eco make–over and swapped Christmas cards for e-cards. This year is no different but instead we looked to the public for our creative inspiration.
Since we launched our Christmas e-card competition we have been overwhelmed by the fantastic response from people right across the country. We were literally inundated by hundreds of imaginative and festive entries from members of the public, our supporters and pupils from many of our fabulous Eco-Schools so a massive thank you for all who took the time and effort to show us their artistic flair!
There could only be one winner and we're pleased to say that the winning design was by Nicolas Barratt, aged 8 from an Eco-School in Essex. Nicolas, who goes to Ardleigh Green Junior School in Hornchurch, cleverly incorporated the Keep Britain Tidy logo into his fun and festive collage. His design, which features two green-minded robins collecting colourful pieces of litter, impressed the judges and made us all smile, particularly the anti-litter message. So a big congratulations to Nicolas!
Our very special Christmas card for 2010 will now be sent to around 20,000 of our friends and members. If you would like to see our card and send it to your friends and family, click here.
View our gallery of entries!
As mentioned, we were thrilled to receive so many of your cards all of which made the judging process, although tricky, a pleasurable process!
Whilst we would love to share all of the entries with you, unfortunately due to the volume received, this isn't possible but instead we have featured just a few of our favourites here. So thank you again, and Merry Christmas!