Erin can vouch for her design skills

Eleven-year-old Erin Henderson's efforts in winning a nationwide competition to design a Christmas card for National Garden Gift Vouchers (NGGV) was recognised on Saturday.'Erin, a pupil at Newtown Primary School, was picked from thousands of entries and will see her design displayed and sold in garden retailers across the country.'Her winning card features a happy, colourful snowman and was posted at Milestone Garden and Leisure in Newtown where she received �1,000 worth of garden gift vouchers for her school. With Erin is Horticultural Trades Association president Stan Green and Margaret Nailen, headteacher of Newtown Primary School.
Eleven-year-old Erin Henderson's efforts in winning a nationwide competition to design a Christmas card for National Garden Gift Vouchers (NGGV) was recognised on Saturday.'Erin, a pupil at Newtown Primary School, was picked from thousands of entries and will see her design displayed and sold in garden retailers across the country.'Her winning card features a happy, colourful snowman and was posted at Milestone Garden and Leisure in Newtown where she received �1,000 worth of garden gift vouchers for her school. With Erin is Horticultural Trades Association president Stan Green and Margaret Nailen, headteacher of Newtown Primary School.

Erin Henderson’s efforts in winning a nationwide competition to design a Christmas card for National Garden Gift Vouchers (NGGV) were recognised on Saturday.

Erin, 11, a pupil at Newtown Primary School, was picked from thousands of entries and will see her design displayed and sold in garden retailers across the country.

Her winning card features a happy, colourful snowman and was posted at Milestone Garden and Leisure in Newtown where she received £1,000 worth of garden gift vouchers for her school. With Erin is Horticultural Trades Association president Stan Green and Margaret Nailen, headteacher of Newtown Primary School.