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Students at St Edward's Academy in Leek bag prizes

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: August 26, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

St Edward's Academy winners Margorie Gayes, Rebecca Brooks and Morgan Stevenson with Sainsburys staff, on the left, Mel Vernon, and on the right, Chris Weston.

St Edward's Academy winners Margorie Gayes, Rebecca Brooks and Morgan Stevenson with Sainsburys staff, on the left, Mel Vernon, and on the right, Chris Weston.

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Students have been getting creative to help design a new supermarket bag.

The 'Bag For Life' competition run by Sainsburys in Leek saw the winners announced as St Edward's Academy students Marjorie Gayes and Rebecca Brooks who each received a framed bag and a £50 gift card.

Runner up was Morgan Stevenson who received a £25 gift card. Each student who took part received a 'Bag For Life'.

Sainsburys store manager Julie Hatton said: "We have been delighted to be part of this activity and it was a difficult decision choosing the winning designs as they were all very good."

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Second place winner Rebecca said: "I'm really proud of being a winner of the Sainsbury's Bag for Life Competition.

"This is great because it shows that my imagination can become an amazing piece of art work.

"I put a lot of effort into creating this design and it looks like it has paid off.

"I am thankful of the teachers who supported me in art and showed me that I'm good enough no matter what."

Runner-up Morgan added: "I am very proud of being the runner up. Even though my design was not chosen, I worked hard on my design and it was worth it. I'm thankful to Sainsbury's for choosing my design as runner up."

Headteacher Liz Clarke said: "The competition attracted lots of entries and we are always happy to work with local businesses so that pupils get a real chance of working with the local community and understanding how important our community is.

"Sainsbury's has been very generous in the prizes of framed bags of their designs and the gift cards.

"Pupils have enjoyed the challenge and it is helpful to have such an achievement to their credit for the future."

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