On Air Now
Early Breakfast with Zoe Hardman 4am - 6am
25 February 2010, 06:44 | Updated: 25 February 2010, 12:31
A new countywide ‘tackling drugs’ logo, designed by students from Haverhill, was unveiled today.
The ‘Life’ logo, designed by four pupils from Castle Manor Business and Enterprise College, was chosen as the winning design from a range of concepts submitted by school children across Suffolk, that were entered into the ‘Project X’ competition.
The aim of the competition, which was launched in September 2009, was to challenge students, aged 11-18, to design a logo and create a strap line that whenever, wherever and in whatever medium it is seen, will be immediately recognised as part of Suffolk’s campaign to tackle drugs.
The winning design, plus designs from the other four finalists and other participating teams will all be on display in the entrance at Suffolk County Council's Headquarters at Endeavour House for the next two weeks.