Co-op announces winners of pumpkin carving competition

Nub News announces winner of 2022 Halloween pumpkin carving competition with loads of brilliant entries.


By Joseph Macey

Posted: Thursday, 03rd November 2022 3:00 pm


Eleanor and Olivia, ages 10 and five, from Macclesfield have won a free hamper full of Co-op goodies (Nub News).
Eleanor and Olivia, ages 10 and five, from Macclesfield have won a free hamper full of Co-op goodies (Nub News).
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Nub News has announced its winner of the 2022 Halloween pumpkin carving competition, and there were lots of fantastic entries!

Eleanor and Olivia, ages 10 and five, from Macclesfield have won a hamper full of Co-op goodies.

Eleanor and Olivia, ages 10 and five, from Macclesfield have won a free hamper full of Co-op goodies (Nub News).

The pair designed three pumpkins - a cat, mouse and ghost (pictured above).

Runners-up from the competition have also been announced.

Alissa Georgia, who lives in Crewe, and brother and sister Lincoln and Verity from Sandbach deserved a prize for their spectacular efforts.

Alissa created 18 pumpkins - including an I.T clown, Scream mask, spooky hand and a Pac man level.

Alissa from Crewe, created 18 pumpkins - including an I.T clown, Scream mask, spooky hand and a Pac man level (Crewe Nub News).

Lincoln from Elworth, Sandbach aged eight (pictured below), suffers from Muscular Dystrophy, so he painted his pumpkin as he can't carve. His sister Verity carved her pumpkin.

Brother and sister, Lincoln and Verity, from Sandbach were runners-up in the competition (Nub News).

The Co-op and Nub News would like to thank everyone who entered the competition for their efforts.

Alissa, Lincoln and Verity will also receive a runners-up prize.

If you carved a pumpkin this Halloween, don't throw the insides away! You can use them to make a delicious soup! Try this quick, easy recipe from the Co-op: Pumpkin soup — Co-op (coop.co.uk) for a heart-warming autumnal meal.

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