Watch out for Kay's logo!
What must it be like to see your own original design on every lamp post and town bunting? Just ask 14 year old Katy Gittins because her logo was chosen from all those submitted to the 'Open For All' programme run by Lancashire County Council. The competition saw a huge number of entries as Park View 4U Trustee Heather Nelson explained “The judges had a very difficult task, the standard of entries was extremely high, but in the end there could only be one winner and Katy’s design had all the right elements, it was simple but eye catching”
All the finalists' work will be on display in the new Community Centre at Park View, where some community art sessions will also be held. As well as seeing her design gracing the streets of Lytham, Katy received the Wallbank Trophy on Club Day in Lowther Gardens.
Park View 4U organised the competition in conjunction with Lytham Club Day and the Lytham St.Annes Club Day. The aim of the competition was to design a logo for the Park’s lamp post banners and the town’s new bunting. The competition was funded through the Open for All program run by Lancashire County Council’s economic development department, Lancashire County Developments Ltd in Partnership with Fylde’s Local Strategic Partnership.