Cildewi House Wins This Year’s Christmas Card Competition

Well, what a fantastic competition we have had this year! The entries were just amazing – each entry really showed the creativity, imagination and not to mention talent, of the people we support. We must also say a massive thank you to everyone that voted – it would have been impossible to choose a winner without your help.

The winning design for this year’s Accomplish Christmas Card competition is ……


This wonderful christmassy design featuring lots of decorations was created by Cynthia from Cildewi House.

We also have two runners-up. Well done to Ian from Heamoor for your second place design featuring an amazing 3D Christmas tree. Everyone at Orchard Villa was our third place winner this year with their fabulous Rudolph design using the everyone’s fingertips to create the baubles on the Antlers.


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