Greenwich Pupils Show Artistic Flair in Christmas Competition
The competition saw some fantastic entries and the winner and runners-up were presented with gift vouchers and certificates. Asia Bucknal, aged 6, was the talented winner of the first place prize, while Sam Horrell, aged 8, Kiraha Agarwal, aged 4, Kalrav Agrawal, aged 4, came in second, third and fourth place. As well as a £50 gift voucher and certificate, Asia also received printed versions of her card to give to family and friends.
Chris Bladon, a Director of GMV Limited comments: “We were delighted to receive a record number of entries to the Christmas card competition this year. The designs clearly demonstrated the children’s artistic talent and we would like to congratulate Asia, Sam, Kihara and Kalrav. To all the students who got involved and the school, thank you for the continued enthusiasm and support.”
Joanna Gledhill, Headteacher of Millennium Primary School comments: “I would like to thank Greenwich Millennium Village for organising the competition for the fifth year running. It gave the children an opportunity to get excited about Christmas, show off their artistic skills and have the chance of winning gift vouchers. We are also extremely grateful to GMV for the £200 donation to the school.”
Located adjacent to Millennium Primary School, GMV has been described as one of the most exciting and innovative residential neighbourhoods in Europe. Homebuyers should consider a stylish Überhaus split-level penthouse apartment complete with amazing City or river views, or a one to three-bedroom apartment within the Meridian Apartment Building at GMV. An exciting phase has recently launched including contemporary three-bedroom courtyard houses, and four-bedroom townhouses; the first houses to be available at GMV. Ideal for families, these homes offer easy access to a range of on-site facilities, including the ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated Millennium Primary School.
Residents at Greenwich Millennium Village can take advantage of a huge amount of on-site amenities and green open space, including an on-site four-acre ecology park with two lakes, the large Southern Park and a new eco play area. The existing village square features a health centre, hairdressers, Ayurveda spa and shops including a pharmacy and dry cleaners. There is also a 24-hour a day on site concierge service which can accept packages and hold keys on behalf of residents.
Greenwich Millennium Village is ideally located with excellent transport links to the rest of London. North Greenwich underground station is under a mile away, meaning it is just one stop from Canary Wharf on the Jubilee line, plus the City and West End also within easy reach. The Thames Clippers ferry service departs from North Greenwich Pier, while the cable car line provides frequent connections to the Royal Docks. For travel further, afield London City Airport is a 10 minute journey via public transport.