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To recognise the work being done by the NHS during the coronavirus crisis, Fiuran Property recently held a children’s Thank you NHS poster competition on Facebook. The competition was open to any child aged 12 and under living in the Oban and Fort William areas, and Fiuran Property pledged to donate £1 to ‘NHS Charities Together’ for every entry received.
Laura Pagan from Fiuran Property said: ‘We were overwhelmed by the standard of entries, and it was so difficult to choose a winner as all of the posters were beautifully creative and inspiring.
‘After a lot of deliberation, we chose Ava Cameron’s Rainbow with fluffy clouds poster and are delighted to be sending Ava a craft box to keep her busy during lockdown. We will also be sending a little prize to everyone who entered as we thought all of the posters were great.’
Kelie Cooper from Fiuran Property added: ‘We understand how difficult it can be to keep children entertained during these challenging times, so we hope the competition helped to curb boredom while also building an awareness of the fantastic work our NHS are doing.’