Christmas card designed by talented Jenny, 10, to aid Hunslet Club

Winning artist Jenny Murgatroyd presses the button to print her design at Team Impression with (left to right) Jeremy Morton, of South Leeds Life, Hunslet Club youth coordinator Donna Hill, Gary Hickey, of Team Impression, and White Rose centre director James Bailey.
Winning artist Jenny Murgatroyd presses the button to print her design at Team Impression with (left to right) Jeremy Morton, of South Leeds Life, Hunslet Club youth coordinator Donna Hill, Gary Hickey, of Team Impression, and White Rose centre director James Bailey.
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A talented 10-year-old has designed a Christmas card that is hoped to support her celebrated youth club.

Jenny Murgatroyd (pictured), who is a pupil at Thorpe Primary School, only found out about the Hunslet Club’s Christmas card competition while attending an activity camp at the Hillidge Road facility.

Her design, which incorporates Mr and Mrs Snowman around a Christmas tree, was judged the best of more than 50 entries by an expert panel made up of South Leeds Life’s Jeremy Morton and White Rose Shopping Centre director James Bailey.

Beeston-based printing firm Team Impression has made hundreds of copies of the design for free, and they are now on sale at the club and the White Rose customer service.

Visit www.hunsletclub.org.uk for further information.

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