THE winners of the Studfold Primary School Easter Egg Competition have been announced.
This community event was run by the Studfold Explore Discover and Learn Adventure Trail and linked with the Bettys & Taylors’ Recycling Cone Exchange.
All the entries will be displayed on the annual Great Studfold Easter Egg Hunt, which runs from the April 1 to 15.
Mrs Lyon, from Nidderdale High School, said she had had great fun judging the amazing variety of eggs.
“The entries were lovely to see, and the ideas the children displayed were varied, making good use of a range of items suitable for recycling,” she said.
“It was a difficult task to select the winners.”
Anne Challis, from Studfold, said: “I would like to thank all the children and staff for taking part. It was a great local competition, made all the better due to their amazing efforts.
“In fact we awarded a number of highly-commended certificates, due to the fact there were so many fantastic entries.”
For more details about the forthcoming egg hunt, go to www.studfoldtrails.co.uk
Overall champion – Andrea Clark – Summerbridge Community Primary School
1st – Trinity Clark (Summerbridge)
2nd – Louis Sorton-Hall (Fountains Earth, Lofthouse Primary School)
3rd – Morgan Leeming Sykes (Fountains Earth)
Highly-commended certificate – Oliver Dalby and Becca Smith (Birstwith Primary School)
1st – Fern Johnson (Birstwith)
2nd – Theo Wormald and Hannah Shimwell (Birstwith)
3rd – Adam Brown (Fountains Earth)
Highly-commended certificate – Frazer Milne (Birstwith), Harrison Dover (Birstwith), Niall Smith (Birstwith), Joshua Fish (Birstwith) and Poppy Leeming Sykes (Fountains Earth)