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Celebrating Lockdown Successes

Wednesday 21st July 2021

The show went on! Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Music and Creative competitions continued virtually and were enjoyed by many of our children and young people in Northern Ireland. We congratulate our winners, everyone who took part and thank parents and carers for assisting with filming, photographing and uploading entries.

Anchors:

Winner                           Theo Blacklock, 1st Lisburn;
Runner Up                     Oscar McColgan, 6th Londonderry;
3rd Place                        Michael Bullen, 16th Newtownabbey

 

Juniors:

Winner                             Matthew Wilson, 6th Newtownards;
Runner Up.                      Patrick Hart,  1st Hillsborough;
3rd Place                         Lucas Yin, 2nd Antrim;
Highly Commended       Harry Llyod, 2nd Comber

 

Company:

Winner                              Christopher Anderson, 3rd Newtownards;
Runner Up                        Lewis Doherty, 1st Ballykelly; 
3rd Place                          Jan Faulkner, 1st Donaghcloney;
Highly Commended       Jonathan Allen, 2nd Lisburn;
                                           Daniel Cruikshank, 2nd Ballymena;
                                           Jason Hamilton, 1st Comber

 

Anchors Colouring Competition

P1 Winner   Thomas Martin, 1st Legacurry
P2 Winner   Josh Kee, 1st Faughanvale
P3 Winner   Joshua Henderson, 3rd Kilkeel
P4 Winner Edward Cunningham, 2nd Annalong

 

Juniors Creative Competition

Winner                            William McKinney, 9th Route
Runner Up                      Cameron Beck, 6th Londonderry
3rd Place                         Gavin Smith, 43rd Belfast
Highly Commended.     Ethan Thompson, 43rd Belfast;
                                         Jack Bolton,
9th Route;
                                         Daniel Jardine,
1st Moy

Samuel Murray from 33rd Belfast ran two miles each day during May to raise money for Mencap, as his young cousin Isabella benefits from their services. Setting an original target of £250, he managed to raise more than £1,000.

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