Glews pumpkin competition winner
It was a devilish night at Glews when they held their annual Pumpkin competition at their “Ghoul” showroom and once again the entries were of a frighteningly high standard.
The Glews sales team looked scarier than usual in their Halloween costumes and trick or treaters had chance to fill up their goody bags with wicked treats. Several of the children who brought pumpkins were also brave enough to enter the witch’s grotto in the Peugeot showroom.
Graham Andrews, dealership director said, “everyone really got into the “spirit” of Halloween and we had a lot of fun.
The overall winner was a monstrous, green creation by Evie Moore aged 7 from Airmyn Park Primary School. Evie won a family pass for 4 to the Deep in Hull and a goody bag of Halloween treats. The runners up were Joel Hayes aged 6 from Airmyn Park Primary, who carved a cat into his pumpkin based on his own pet cat and Megan McKone aged 11 from Goole High School who carved a huge pumpkin, they both won Halloween goody bags.
Mr Andrews continued “we want to thank everyone who took the time to enter the competition, it is clear that a lot of hard work went into the pumpkins and we were very impressed with the standard of the entries”
You can find pictures of all the pumpkins entered into the competition on the Glews Garage Facebook page. www.facebook.com/GlewsGarage
Pictures: The Winning Pumpkin by Evie Moore aged 7
Megan McKone aged 11 won 2nd Prize
Joel Hayes aged 7 won 3rd Prize
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