Frosty Competition Winner
With sincere apologies for not announcing Christmas Eve, as intended, I have pleasure in announcing the winner of our children’s “Whatever happened to Frosty” competition.  We thoroughly enjoyed reading the entries, all of which showed highly fertile imaginations.  According to the children Frosty could have been just about anywhere from Mars to Antarctica – or even just hiding out in Car and Kitchen!  We liked the latter one, particularly the the ironic twist which had me walking through a puddle, not knowing it was all that remained of Frosty, on my way in to work.  Nice one Liam! We also liked the imaginative link between Frosty’s disappearance and the appearance of Rafael Benitez as the latest Chelsea Manager.  Liked it Harry, and if only I wasn’t a Manchester United fan….. There can only be one winner though, and in the opinion of our judge that honour goes to OLIVER NASH, aged 10, for his story of how Frosty foiled a plot by an Evil Elf to dupe Santa into delivering presents with bombs in them.  A nice moral tale, with a super hero touch.  We’d like to remember Frosty as a Super Hero.  Well done Oliver, and I look forward to meeting you when you visit to collect your prize.  We will have the entries all available in the garden centre when we re-open on Saturday, so anyone else can have a read.
December 27, 2012 — Andrew Lay

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