Miller Homes crowns five-year-old Drighlington pupil a winner
The house builder had asked the children to make their own Coronation crowns and for them to be able to be showcased at a Coronation party. Afterwards the winning crown, by Jorge, is to be displayed at the sales centre at the house builder’s Kings Park development over the weekend.
“The children had put so much effort into making and decorating their Coronation crowns and it was a delight to see them having fun as they proudly wore them,” said Debbie Whittingham, Regional Sales Director, Miller Homes Yorkshire.
“At such a momentous time in history, it’s wonderful to see such creativity and for the whole school to be having lots of Coronation themed fun over the next few days.”
The crowns were judged by team members Michael Goodwin and Natalie Moore.
They were looking for an original piece that even King Charles III would be proud to wear.
All children received a Coronation gift from the Miller Homes team and two runners up Isla, age seven, and Molly, eight, received prizes.
Debbie added: “This is such an historic event, and we were pleased that Drighlington Primary accepted our competition challenge and our decorations to make the celebrations memorable for the children at the school closest to our very regal development.”