Baulkham Hills Christmas Card Competition Officially Open

Baulkham Hills State Liberal MP David Elliott is offering an early dose of Christmas cheer for all primary school students in the electorate of Baulkham Hills.

Mr Elliott today announced his annual Christmas Card Competition was officially open and a $100 Castle Towers Gift Card is up for grabs as the prize for this year’s most colourful and creative submission centred on the theme of Angels We Have Heard On High.

“Nicole and I are blown away each year by the abundance of entries and level of dedication our youngest and brightest invest into their unique designs to show that the spirit of Christmas is well and truly here,” Mr Elliott said.  

“I encourage all primary school students to make a submission for this year’s festive theme Angels We Have Heard On High where a $100 Castle Towers Gift Card is up for grabs as the prize for this year’s most colourful and creative submission.”

Mr Elliott said that all entries would be on display in his office following the selection of the competition winner by Mrs Elliott, and the winning design will be printed on his official Parliamentary Christmas Cards with the student’s name and school.

“While our community will enjoy seeing the winner’s design featured on my Christmas cards this year, I will be displaying every student’s festive design at the Baulkham Hills electorate office for all our community to view in fascination,” Mr Elliott said.

Mr Elliott said the competition would be available to the following local schools:

  • Baulkham Hills North Public School;
  • Christ the King North Rocks;
  • Crestwood Public School;
  • Excelsior Public School;
  • Jasper Road Public School;
  • Kellyville Public School;
  • Matthew Pearce Public School;
  • Murray Farm Public School;
  • North Rocks Public School;
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School;
  • St Gabriel’s School;
  • St Michael’s Primary;
  • St Angela’s Primary;
  • West Pennant Hills Public School; and
  • Bella Vista Public School.

“We are blessed to have a wealth of incredibly young and talented individuals in our community, and I look forward to seeing the wonderful colour and creativity our students can produce for this year’s festive season.”

Entries are now open and will close Friday, 18 October.

The winning student will be presented with their prize by Mr and Mrs Elliott in November, depending on school availability for an assembly.

Please send entries by post to Suite 1, 25-33 Old Northern Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2125.

MP David Elliott with 2018 Christmas Card winner Lily Grant and her parents Nerolie and Anthony
Lily’s Submission of The Christmas Star