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Pupil wins gold with green art

Lytham pupil Charlotte Simms, 13, won a national green award for her energy efficiency inspiring artwork

Lytham pupil Charlotte Simms, 13, won a national green award for her energy efficiency inspiring artwork

An artistic student has won a gold award for her green works.

Charlotte Simms, 13, won a national art competition to design a piece of art to promote energy efficiency at home.

The youngster from Lytham impressed judgeswith her animated cartoon depicting a solar powered house of the future.

The St Bede’s Catholic High School pupil scooped the top prize in the 12-16 years seasonal category art competition for the annual Worcester, Bosch Group Environment 2020 Awards, set up to promote sustainable energy

Carl Arntzen, managing director of Worcester, Bosch Group said: “Not only do the awards allow us the chance to talk about the importance of energy efficiency in all capacities, but more importantly they allow us to celebrate those who are raising awareness of environmental targets.

“Although amongst many deserving entrants, we felt Charlotte was a clear winner for her creative drawing depicting a solar powered house. Hopefully she will grow up to become an inspiring ambassador for energy efficiency.”

Charlotte won £50 in Love2Shop vouchers and a framed copy of her winning artwork.

 

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