Winner of festival logo design competition announced
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CONGRATULATIONS to 14-year Erik Bell, who won the Ely Folk Festival logo design competition.
As his prize, the King’s Ely pupil will receive a family pass to the festival, and art supplies from sponsors Tindalls.
Competition organiser Fionnuala Lennon said: “The judges, including artist Ted Coney and Zoe Davidson from ADeC, thought that Erik’s winning design was fun, colourful, retro and encapsulated the family-friendly nature of the festival.”
His winning design will appear on festival tee shirts and other festival merchandise.
The designs submitted by nine-year-old Emma Richards from Little Thetford Primary School and Anna Deas, a 14-year-old pupil from King’s Ely, were highly commended, and they too will receive art supply token prizes as runners-up.
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A selection of the designs submitted to the competition will be on display at the Ely Folk Festival stall at Eel Day on 4th May.
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