Winning flag

02 November 2006

A COMPETITION to design a flag to represent the UK on World Environment Day was open to 9-11-year-olds at schools in Harrow, London.

There were 140 entries, and it was won by Dominic Craig (centre) at Quainton Hall School, a Church of England prep. school for boys, and part of the Walsingham group.

The award was made to Dominic, and to the second and third prizewinners, by the Mayor of Harrow, Councillor Paddy Lyne (right).

Each received a book token, a water-experimentation box, and a framed copy of their design. These were provided by Three Valleys Water (represented by Zoë Stubbs, left), whose parent company in France, Veolia Water, had set up the competition. Dominic also won a day trip to London for his class: they visited the landscape galleries of Tate Modern, and rode on the London Eye.

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