Thursday 30th June 2022

School pupil designs flag for our Woodside Gardens development

Children at St Agnes’ Catholic School have been busy putting their creative skills to the test by designing a flag to welcome residents and visitors to our Woodside Gardens development in Ryton

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Creating a warm welcome to all

We challenged pupils at St Agnes’ Catholic School to design a flag for the development, with the winner having the opportunity of seeing  their design come to life and installed. The winner, Ben Parkin, age 10, also received a £50 Amazon voucher as a prize.

Ben’s design was chosen as the winner by the our Sales Team, with runners up Eliza Stephenson and Vincent Di Pierto’s designs being made into posters to decorate the Sales Centre at the development. 

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Joanne Woods, Headteacher at St Agnes’ Catholic School, said: “Everyone at St Agnes’ Catholic School is so proud of Ben. We are really pleased with all the children’s designs, and we have all had a great time taking part in the competition.”   

Sarah Northcott, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey North East, said: “We have really enjoyed working with St Agnes’ Catholic School on this competition. 

“We are always looking at ways we can work with the communities close to our developments, and we want to say a huge congratulations to Ben for his winning design which looks amazing.”