Casterton Business and Enterprise College pupils win Fairtrade design prizes

George Hetherington of the Stamford Fairtrade Steering Group presents prizes to Bryce Meyer, 15, and Kirsty Burnley, 15, at Casterton Business and Enterprise College'Photo: SM300312-058js
George Hetherington of the Stamford Fairtrade Steering Group presents prizes to Bryce Meyer, 15, and Kirsty Burnley, 15, at Casterton Business and Enterprise College'Photo: SM300312-058js
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WINNING designs have been selected following a competition to produce logos to represent Fairtrade in Stamford.

Two Year 10 pupils from Casterton Business and Enterprise College received prizes on Friday last week for the Design a Logo for Stamford Fairtrade Town Competition.

Pupils were given a double lesson to plan, make and print out their computer designed logos which were then sent for judging.

Two pupils, Kirsty Burnley, 15, and Bryce Meyer, 15, both from Stamford, were awarded prizes for their logos from the Rev Peter Lemmon and George Hetherington of the Fairtrade Town Steering Group.

Mr Hetherington said: “It was difficult to pick the winners. They were all absolutely excellent.

“The winning designs just had that little bit extra that represented the town’s Fairtrade values.”

As part of Fairtrade Fortnight eight-year-old Hannah Blissett, of Queen Street, Stamford, won the Dress a Banana competition with her Rapunzel design.