“Help Aggie the Alien” Competition Awards Ceremony, 24 March 2018, 12.30pm, Intu Shopping Centre, Uxbridge
5 March 2018
We are delighted to announce the nine winners of the “Help Aggie the Alien” short story competition to promote self-care and prevention in Hillingdon.
The winners are:
- Amber Jakhura – Age 7
- Esa Yazdani – Age 8
- Holly Harrington-Brown – Age 9
- Kaashni Sivendran – Age 8
- Leah-Jane Brace – Age 7
- Samarveer Singh Sidhu – Age 5
- Thais Lima Lynch – Age 6
- Tina Antony – Age 5
- Uzair Rahman – Age 7
Join Hillingdon CCG, Natasha Baker Paralympic Gold Medallist for Great Britain and the Mayor of Hillingdon on Saturday 24 March at 12.30pm in the Intu Shopping Centre in Uxbridge (ground floor by the escalators near the shops Boots and Next). Everyone is welcome to the Awards Ceremony.
The nine winners beat almost 180 entrants and survived four nail biting elimination rounds. The winning entries have been compiled into a “Help Aggie The Alien” children’s book, which will be available in schools and libraries around the borough.
Caroline Morison, Chief Operating Officer for Hillingdon CCG said, “We would like to thank everyone, parents and children, who took part in the short story competition. We had a great response and it was such a difficult decision to choose the final winners. We enjoyed reading all the stories and looking at the drawings. We hope that as many residents as possible will join us on March 24.”