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Winner of a special banner competition for The Queen’s Jubilee 2022

In January, Worcestershire County Council launched a competition to create a banner design to commemorate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The competition received over 200 entries from young people all over Worcestershire!

We are so pleased to announce that Yr 8 student Jamie, has won with his creative design!

In judging the entries, the Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire said that all of the designs were wonderful, but he particularly liked Jamie’s design for its representation of Worcestershire.

The design will be used on Worcestershire County Council’s social media channels and website throughout the Jubilee celebrations. Jamie has also been invited to the exclusive Worcestershire Jubilee Garden Party to be held at Hartlebury Castle next month.

Thrilled upon winning the competition, Jamie said: “I really can’t believe I won, but I’m pleased that I have. With my banner design, I wanted to include important references to Worcester as well as to the Queen. I can’t wait to go to the Jubilee Garden Party with my family!”

Well done Jamie.

Jamie stood under a tree holding up his winning banner design
Jamie's Jubilee banner which is dark red with drawn images of different representations of Worcester such as Worcester Porcelain and Lea and Perrins
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