Christmas cards designed by pupils from St Joseph’s RC Primary School in Burnham-on-Sea Somerset have been sent to hundreds of our Somerset Community Services team clients across the Somerset region, as a result of Brunelcare being chosen by the school to select four of their Christmas card designs.

Every year the children design Christmas cards that are printed and sold to parents and family. This year, four card designs were chosen (pictured below) by Brunelcare, to send to their clients.

Adding to the excitement of having their card designs selected, the four pupils were awarded framed copies of their prints this week (20th December) at school assembly by Brunelcare’s Operations Manager, Rebecca Franklin, who says:

“I approached the school with the idea of running a Christmas card competition on behalf of Brunelcare. We wanted to do something different for our homecare clients this year – who we know will appreciate this special message from the children this year, making our clients feel part of their local community.”

School Head, Mr Lawrence, comments:

“How exciting for these four children to have their designs printed and sent on so many cards. It was great fun for all the children to take part in this festive art project and learn something about Brunelcare, a charity that is doing important work caring for people in our local area.”

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