Schools Christmas decoration competition

From Anne Smart, Abingdon Cuts Plastic:

Abingdon Carbon Cutters’ sub-group “Abingdon Cuts Plastic” ran a plastic-free Christmas decoration competition, inviting all local schools, of which five took part, to send in photos of some beautiful homemade decorations. Abingdon Prep school pupils sent in the most entries.
The Mayor, Charlie Birks, presented prizes on 10th December, and some of the magnificent entries are shown below.
Milo, aged 5, and Reuben, aged 3, Caldecott School.
Salt-dough advent candle wreath.

Ben, year 1, Abingdon Prep.
Wooden tree decorations

Jack, year 2, Abingdon Prep. 
Stars made of wood & wool

Ollie, year 4, Abingdon Prep. 
Christmas landscape

Orlando, year 4, Abingdon Prep.
Wooden Rudolf

Emanuel, year 5, Abingdon Prep.
Holly wreath

Rupert, year 5, Abingdon Prep.
Polish Xmas star bauble

Mayor, admiring the competition entries at Abingdon Prep School

Aston, year 2 Chandlings.

Aston, receiving his prize from the Mayor. With Headteacher Miss Cook.

Samuel, 2nd year Abingdon School.
Angel made of card, recycled paper & sugar paper

Mayor presenting prize to Samuel

Megan, 2nd year, Fitzharrys School. Decorations using wool, felt, and pine cones.