A Christmas card designed by children from Dudley will be sent to the Queen, Prime Minister David Cameron and the Speaker of the House of Commons this year.
Dudley MP Ian Austin has invited local school kids to design his Christmas card again this year.
In addition to the Queen, the card will be sent to local businesses, council officials, charities and community groups that Austin has worked with.
Following the overwhelming response last year, Mr Austin has written to all of the local Primary Schools asking them to take part and win some great prizes for themselves and their schools.
The winning design will be professionally printed in full colour and will include the name and school of the winning design. Every pupil will receive a certificate of participation and the winning design and runners-up will receive prizes that have been donated by local businesses.
Ian Austin MP said:
“It’s always great to see local youngsters’ great creative talents, and my card will showcase them to all sorts of people from the Queen and Prime Minister, to the Mayor and local businesses.”