Art and Creative Writing Competition

October 2017

Pupils from Orford, Snape and Aldeburgh entered an art and writing competition judged by Maggi Hambling and Anthony Horowitz, expressing what the Alde and Ore Estuary means to them.  When the Save Our Suffolk Estuary fundraising campaign was launched in October, the childrens’ work was displayed at each of the three launch events in Orford Town Hall, Snape Village Hall and Aldeburgh Cinema. Our thanks to Maggi and Anthony for their time, and personal notes of encouragement to the children. Congratulations to everyone who took part – it was a fantastic effort and gave everyone a different perspective on estuary life for all ages.

Snape Primary School

Anthony Horowitz awarded:
1st and overall winner of 3 schools:  Milly Biggs, Year 6
2nd  Anna Gillingwater, Year 6
3rd Leah French, Year 6
Runners up: Eden, Ella and Chloe

Maggi Hambling awarded:
1st  Kyle, aged 9
2nd  Ella aged 10
3rd Milly aged 10
Runners up : Jasmine aged 10, Anna aged 10, Eden year 5, Anna year 6, Ella year 6, Ollie year 3, Leah year 4, Isia year 3, Joseph year 8, Ollie Tenney year 3

Aldeburgh Primary School

Anthony Horowitz awarded:
1st  Leo, Year 2
2nd  Jemima, class 2
3rd  Dylan, class 2
Runners up: Bluebell, Emma Oglivie and Evie, all year 4

1st and overall winner of 3 schools Poppy Pilkington
2nd Felix Battle
3rd Molly Rainbird
Runners up: Max Blowers, John Parsons and Evie B

Maggi Hambling awarded:
1st Kalarni class 2
2nd Freya class 2
3rd Erin class 2
Runners up Joseph, Lily and Conner class 2

Orford Primary School

Anthony Horowitz awarded:
1st  Imogen Barry, Year 6
2nd  Lexie Woolnough, Year 5
3rd  Oliver Pratt, Year 5
Runners up: Lucinda, Abigail and Lillie Mae, Year 4

Maggi Hambling awarded:
1st and overall winner of the 3 schools in the Art Competition Ella, Year 2
2nd Oliver, Year 2
3rd Saskia Year 3
Runners up: Lorna aged 10, Dylan Year 2, Jasmine aged 10, Ruby aged 9, Chloe aged 9, Phoebe aged 9, Willa Year 2, Lucy aged 9.