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Cirencester students get creative to support the community

PUBLISHED: 16:45 01 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:20 02 February 2018

Phoebe King, David Gardner, Gaby Reeves and (CCDT) Claire Wardell

Phoebe King, David Gardner, Gaby Reeves and (CCDT) Claire Wardell

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Students of years 8 and 9 at Cirencester Deer Park School, Gaby Reeves and Phoebe King, recently got involved in supporting the Cirencester community’s new annual event the ‘Cirencester Big Picnic’, taking part in a logo design competition

From all the designs involved, there could be only one winner and one runner-up, the decision was hard after all the effort from the pupils from Cirencester Deer Park School who got involved, and the marvellous designs they created.

The ‘Cirencester Big Picnic’ is a community event organised by David Gardner, and is being supported by the Cirencester Community Development Trust, a charity that supports local projects and events such as ‘The Phoenix Festival’. The Big Picnic will take place on 11am - 6pm, Sunday June 24 2018 from the Cirencester Abbey Grounds.

David is keen to see this event grow and expand over the years, and to travel across the country to bring other communities together.

Once the finalists of the logo design competition submitted their designs, the logos were then digitally recreated, keeping close to the original designs and styles thank you to the ‘Big Yellow Marketing Communications Ltd’ and the amazing work they produced.

Thank yous were given for the prizes that were generously donated, WHSmith gift vouchers were donated by Jan Hilyer, from Roberts Hair Care in Cirencester, and Octavia Book Vouchers were donated by the ‘T4 Taxi’s’ taxi firm.

The Cirencester Big Picnic deeply appreciates all the support and the help given by those involved, to pursue the goal of “Breaking today’s social barriers” and are looking forward to making a difference.

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