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Winners announced for Endon Poster Competition by Rotary Club

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: July 05, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • Pictured left to right is 1st place winner Grace Beswick (8) from Endon Hall Primary and 2nd place winner Jacob Bell (7) from St Lukes Primary, Endon with their winning designs at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek.

  • Pictured left to right is 1st place winner Grace Beswick (8) from Endon Hall Primary and 2nd place winner Jacob Bell (7) from St Lukes Primary, Endon with their winning designs at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek.

  • Pictured left to right is 1st place winner Grace Beswick (8) from Endon Hall Primary and 2nd place winner Jacob Bell (7) from St Lukes Primary, Endon with their winning designs at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek.

  • Pictured left to right at the front: first place winner Grace Beswick (8) from Endon Hall Primary, and 2nd place winner Jacob Bell (7) from St Lukes Primary, Endon, with, at the back from the left, Leek Town Deputy Mayor Pamela Wood, and President of Endon and Stockton Brook Rotary Club Sue Corfield at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek.

  • From the left, Councillor Gill Burton, portfolio holder for communities at Staffordshire Moorlands District Council; first place winner Grace Beswick, aged eight, from Endon Hall Primary; Leek Town Deputy Mayor Pamela Wood; second place winner Jacob Bell, aged seven, from St Luke's Primary, Endon; and President of Endon and Stockton Brook Rotary Club Sue Corfield, at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek.

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Youngsters have been praised by a local organisation for their creative talents.

The Endon and Stockton Brook Rotary Club had the theme of World War One for their annual poster competition this year. The participating schools included Greenways Primary in Stockton Brook, St Luke's Primary and Endon Hall Primary, both in Endon, along with St Anne's Primary in Brown Edge.

The hundreds of entries have been on display at the Nicholson Institute in Stockwell Street, Leek. Leek Deputy Town Mayor Pam Wood was invited to present the awards to the students with the winning designs at a special ceremony at the Nicholson Institute.

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