Richard Harrington MP Announces Winners of Art Competition That Marks 100 Years Since Women Got The Vote

On 27th April 2018, Richard Harrington MP announced the winners of his local art competition.

Earlier this year, Richard Harrington MP organised an art competition for local schools to mark the 100 year anniversary of women getting the right to vote for the first time. 

The Representation of the People Act 1918 was a vital step towards the rights women have today, and the centenary of that Act is an important opportunity for us to reflect on our progress.

Students were invited to get creative and design anything from a suffragette banner or sash, to a badge, photo or drawing.

Richard Harrington MP said:
“We had over 100 entries from six local schools and I was so impressed by the high quality of the work and the creativity shown! I'm delighted to announce the names of the winners.”

Secondary School Entry:

1st – Connor Teefy and Lisa Sadchikova from Croxley Danes School

2nd – Lottie Park from St Clement Danes School

3rd – Stephanie Lauren Swaby from Stanborough School

Primary School Entry:

1st – Daania from Chater Junior School

2nd – Yuktha from Bushey and Oxhey Infant School

3rd – Florissa from Bushey and Oxhey Infants School 

The winners will receive a prize as well as a tour and tea at the Houses of Parliament. Prizes will also be given to runners up and all participants will get a certificate