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Budding young artists help Webhelp say Merry Christmas!

10th December 2015

With the festive season now fast approaching, we asked budding young artists from local primary schools near our UK Head office in Larbert to help us design our 2015 Christmas card.

Whilst the standard was exceptionally high, there could only be one winner unfortunately, which after careful consideration by our panel of judges was chosen as five year old Juliet Donaldson from St BernadetteÂ’s primary, Larbert. Juliet won a prize of £50 worth of vouchers in recognition of all her hard work in designing the card, with Webhelp also making a £500 donation to Juliet’s school.

With so many amazing up entries to choose from we also awarded two runner up prizes. These went to Tom Green, aged nine from St Bernadette’s and also Zac Ross, aged seven from Larbert Village primary school – both received a £20 voucher as a thank you for all there efforts.

You can view JulietÂ’s winning design below, along with both of our runners up.



Webhelp UK has also chosen to make a further donation of £1000 to one of its official charity partners, Strathcarron Hospice, in Falkirk to help with the continued provision of specialist care, comfort and support for those affected by terminal illness.


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