Alway House Houseparent Mr Magnus Caithness said: “There was an enormous amout of effort and talent on display, as well as a real buzz of excitement about the house.
After much deliberation, it was announced that Artai Hernandez’s ‘Black Hole’ was the winner entry. The judge, Anna Lang, commented that the amount of information and effort that Artai had produced to make his display had swung the decision.
The list of competition winners included:
Mr Caithness added: “The range of displays and imagination was wonderful, from ‘Silent Discos’ to ‘Tour de France’, from ‘Antarctica’ to ‘London’, and ‘Welsh Cooking’ to ‘St Trinians’! All in all, a great evening!”
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