Students will put their work on show after Trust in Haven project success
Published at 11:05, Thursday, 30 June 2011
STUDENTS at Lakes College West Cumbria have been chosen by the Northern Council for Further Education to put their work on show following the successful completion of a project set by Trust In Haven, the Whitehaven Supp-orters Co-operative Limited.
The art department students were set a task to design logos and posters for the Trust’s promotional campaigns and Della Benson, Jake Haldane, Cameron Joyce, Luke Kenmare, John Dean-Montanez, Melissa McStraw and Jessica-Rose Surtees were short-listed.
Each was presented with a Trust achievement award and art materials vouchers sponsored by Haven Crafts, Whitehaven, by Trust chairman, Ian Stephenson.
First choice for his colourful design was John Dean-Montanez, while Cameron Joyce and Jessica-Rose Surtees received nominations for juniors section design and a website page, who each received additional value vouchers.
Two students, Cameron Joyce and John Dean-Montanez were chosen by the NCFE to show their work.
Another achievement aw-ard and voucher was presen-ted to Trust member, Shauna McClellan who also submitted a design praised by Board members.
Published by http://www.whitehavennews.co.uk
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