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Wisbech Reads Winners

Published on Wednesday 01st February 2017

Well done to everyone who took part in the Wisbech Reads competition that was organised by TCA’s librarian Mrs Trafford. The winners were recently announced and the they were presented with their prizes by author Julian Sedgwick and Margaret Barwell from Wisbech Rotary Club.

 The students had to write an original and compelling piece with the title ‘In Times of Great Need.’ The competition was open to students from across Wisbech and all entries were read and judged by members of the Rotary Club. First prize winners received a £25 voucher, with a £15 voucher for those who came second and £10 for third placed winners. All entrants received a certificate and book.

 Mrs Trafford said: ‘There was an enthusiastic response and entries were judged on creativity, originality, reader engagement and the use of literary devices. Well done to everyone who took part and thanks to Wisbech Rotary Club for kindly donating the vouchers.’

Secondary winners
First: Emilia Riley (pictured with Margaret Barwell and Julian Sedgwick)
Joint second: Neila Cepulionyte and Anna Ivaskevica
Third: Chloe Garner

Highly commended:
•             Sophie Gleave (Marshlands)
•             Rodrigo Ribeiro
•             Rebecca Black
•             Joshua Watson 

Primary winners
First: Cameron Hoey, Peckover
Second: Sofija Holopova, Orchards
Third: Caspar Patrick Leszczynski, Peckover
Highly commended:
•  Chloe Read, Leverington
•    Jasmine Waugh, Peckover
A special prize was awarded to Nojus from Peckover Primary for making the judges laugh!