St Swithun’s Junior School pupil Amelia Winward, aged 7 from Preston Candover, won a recent competition in aid of the Wessex Haven Breast Cancer Support Centre at Titchfield.
Amelia’s eye-catching ladybird design was the winning teapot design for the charity’s Million Pound Tea Party Campaign to raise money for the Haven’s new Breast Cancer Support Centre.
Mrs Jo Longden, the organiser of the Tea Party Campaign came to the school to present Amelia with a gift voucher. St Swithun’s Junior School was also presented with a selection of insect hotels for the new Junior School garden as part of the award.
A teapot featuring Amelia’s design will be created and positioned in the new support centre at Titchfield where it will be used to collect donations for the charity when the centre opens in autumn 2015.
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Photo: Amelia Winward with Mrs Jo Longden, organiser of the ‘Tea Party’ event and Pim Grimes, headmistress of St Swithun’s Junior School.