by Anya Dimelow November 13, 2019

We love a natural treasure hunt! Our readers have done a brilliant job collecting natural items, including leaves, feathers and moss, and transforming them into masterpieces. 


Congratulations to our five winners... 

Owl

Polly, age 7, Llanelli


Pheasant

Natalie, age 8, Warrington


Crab

Noah, age 7, Felixstowe


British Animal Scene

Eva, age 6, Ely


Red Deer

Fauste, age 10, Grays

What you've won: 

Well done! You've won a signed copy of Barbara Henderson’s Wilderness Wars.

RRP £6.99

Available at: https://www.cranachanpublishing.co.uk



And a big well done to our runners-up for their wonderful photos, too!

Rahma, age 9, Stockport


Antonina, age 10, Manchester



Dalila, age 7, Surrey


Emilia, age 7, North Devon


Ariana, age 7, London


Aveline, age 9, France


Freya, age 10, Wiltshire


Vita, age 9, Brighton


Beth, age 8, Swansea



1 Response

Laura
Laura

May 26, 2020

Hello
My daughter won this months competition,we are just wondering how to claim the prize? Thank you for your help.

Kind regards,

Laura

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