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Young artist scoops top prize


An artistic pupil from Malvern St James Girls School in Worcestershire has scooped the top prize at this year’s Royal Three Counties Show in the Children’s Art and Design Safety Poster Competition.

Nine-year-old, Eva Mico a Year 4 pupil was declared the overall winner and received a £20 book token, a piece of artwork created from a copy of her winning poster and a £400 cash prize for her school, the cash will be used towards science based learning. 

Year 4 pupil Eva Mico is pictured sitting next to WPD’s Alison Lovegrove. (standing  left to right) Olivera Raraty Headmistress, Malvern St James School, Claire Blackford Sponsorship Manager, Three Counties, and Mark Harwood-Browne, Education Executive, Three Counties.

The competition stemmed from workshops at the show in which we sponsored. They attracted around 100 young artists from schools across Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Pupils were invited to use their skill and imagination to design a drawing illustrating ‘How to stay safe around electricity’.

WPD’s Education Liaison Officer, Ruth Adams said: “The overall standard of entries was excellent, and the youngsters delighted us with their creative ideas.”

Prize-winning posters were on display at our award winning stand during the Show.  


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