Children get creative making colourful Easter hats for Fenland police’s fun competition
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Children accross Fenland have been getting creative during lockdown after police set them a competition to create their own colourful Easter hats.
The competition received 39 entries from children across the area and the winners received a chocolate egg as their prize.
The eggs were delivered by police officers, who of course stuck to social distancing guidelines.
One of the winners, Millie, turned six-years-old yesterday (April 16), so whilst delivering her prize the officers sang her a little birthday song.
“Slightly later than planned, but well done to all of our Easter hat competition winners,” said police.
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“It was lovely to meet you all, we hope you enjoy your chocolate eggs” said a police spokesman.
“Thank you to everyone who entered our Easter hat competition, we had some fantastic entries.
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“Thank you Fenland, we’ve certainly got some creative children here!”