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Boris Johnson's Christmas card

A 10-year-old pupil from St Anne’s RC Primary in East London has beaten stiff competition to design Boris Johnson’s official Christmas card.

The Mayor today visited St Anne’s RC Primary to congratulate the young winner, Ellie Feldman and speak to pupils during the school assembly. The colourful Christmas card depicts the Three Wise Men cycling on the Mayor’s Barclays cycle hire scheme bikes. The card will be sent to individuals and organisations across the capital by the Mayor.

Boris said:

“This tremendously fun festive card caught my eye immediately - what an ingenious idea to place the Three Wise Men on our magnificent hire bikes! It's guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's face and I’d like to thank the creative youngster who designed it for me.”

Five primary schools took part in the competition to design the Mayor’s Christmas card and over 250 entries were received.

St Anne’s RC Primary is working closely with the volunteer educational project City Year which is supported by the Mayor’s Fund for London.


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