Be proud of your posters

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS - By Tom Her­bert tom.her­bert@trin­i­tymir­

TAKE a look at th­ese fan­tas­tic posters from our artis­tic Bucks school pupils. Schools across Bucks were asked to take part in our poster com­pe­ti­tion for Armed Forces Day 2015.

And last week we were de­lighted to an­nounce both the win­ner and the run­ner up.

The win­ner was seven-year-old Ava Lawrence, a pupil at St Ge­orge’s In­fant School, White Lion Road, Amer­sham.

Her de­sign fea­tures a swan, which fea­tures on the county flag and coat of arms, pi­lot­ing a plane with the swan’s wings as the plane’s wings.

Run­ner up was six-year-old Ilia Mor­ri­son Guthrie, who also at­tends St Ge­orge’s.

But this week were are de­lighted to show the other en­trants.

In con­junc­tion with the county coun­cil we tasked chil­dren with cre­at­ing a de­sign to show how proud we are of our Armed Forces com­mu­nity in Bucks.

En­tries were judged by a three per­son panel and they had to in­clude a de­sign that made it unique to our county.

The day it­self takes place on Satur­day, June 27, at Ayles­bury Rugby Club.

At­ten­dees can ex­pect dis­plays from Spit­fire aero­planes and Hur­ri­cane aero­planes, among oth­ers.

Lo­cal bands, such as the Mem­phis Bells, are also lined up to play on a day that is set up to be bet­ter than ever.

Peo­ple can also ex­pect to take en­joy a num­ber of stalls, games and lots of en­ter­tain­ment which or­gan­is­ers hope make the event a huge suc­cess.

Hume Mux­ton

Imo­gen Lea

Muk­siya Ma­hal­ing­ham

Louisa Peck

Aaron Roberts

Ge­or­gia Brown

Nathan Phyall

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