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Logo design winner Milly Bates

(Selby Times 2009)

 

CREATIVE children have this week been praised for their superb entries in the Selby Hands of Hope logo design competition.Driving force behind the Selby Times-backed charity cause, fund-raiser Wendy Singh, had a tough task selecting the overall winner with the help of paper editor Chris Page.

 

Judges were unanimous in their final decision, which saw 12-year-old Selby High School student Milly Bates claim the honours.Wendy said: "All the entrants did a great job. "I feel Milly was a worthy winner, followed closely by runners-up Jenny Bell and Isabelle Le Monnier, of Barlby High All three received prizes from Bakkavor, parent company of Camblesforth-based English Village Salads and Yorkshire Fresh Fruit.

 

A thrilled Milly, of Chestnut Road in Cawood, said: "I decided on the final design as there's a swan which represents Selby, a river which is the Ouse, the thumb of a hand representing the swan's head and fingers fanning out behind representing the swan's feathers. "I was surprised but thrilled to be presented with a big box containing an easel, paint brushes, paint pallet, canvas and other art materials. I really enjoyed putting together my design."

 

The final design and printing of posters was kindly provided by Selby Chamber and Arc Sign

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