Let’s Hare it for our Keyworkers
See the winners of our Kid's Art Competition
Supermarket workers, postmen & women, delivery drivers, pharmacists, bus & train drivers, refuse collectors and of course, our wonderful doctors, nurses, careworkers, and all NHS support staff – all working tirelessly to help others during this rather unusual time.
From 27 April to 25 May, we held a children’s art competition which gave kid’s under 16, a chance to give thanks and have their artwork displayed at major stations for keyworkers to see, as well as winning a prize bundle which included £200 in Love2Shop vouchers.
Here’s what they needed to do:
Simply draw or paint a picture that gives thanks to our keyworkers for their help.
They can celebrate all keyworkers or choose a specific person or profession. Their picture can be of anything, but importantly, it must include two things:
🐇 Our red Greater Anglia Hare character, and
🌈 A rainbow – a symbol of cheer and hope.
We were delighted by the creativity shown by some of the entries into our competition. It took some time, but our panel of judges have picked their final grand prize winner, who’s artwork will be displayed and credited with the artist's name at top stations like London Liverpool Street, Norwich and Cambridge.
Our panel of judges will select their favourite piece of keyworker art from all your entries. It will then be proudly displayed, credited with the artist's name at certain major rail stations on our network.
First prize winner: Ella Young, aged 12
Ella finished first with her vibrant and creative design, which gave thanks to all keyworkers. We're sure her colourful artwork will be uplifting for keyworkers on their commute across our network.
Ella won £200 worth of Love2Shop vouchers, a year’s family membership to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, First Class return train travel for a family of 4 (which can be used later in the year), Google Cardboard VR, custom puzzle and much more…
Runner up winners
Our panel decided to add an extra runner up winner to our competition. Each runner up received a certificate, First Class family train travel which can be used later this year and much more.
Runners up winner: Zunairah Saffdar, aged 11
Zunairah impressed with her vibrant design and unique aesthetic.
Runners up winner: Niya Archibald, aged 12
Niya did a lovely job and showed creativity with this superhero themed artwork.
Runners up winner: Robbie Harris
Robbie had a lovely message in his picture: together, we are on a journey towards happier times. It’s happening, thank you!