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Coventry Design and Technology Projects 2010

18 June 2010

After an intensive two days of judging of the entries of the annual Design and Technology Projects from Coventry Secondary Schools; Imelda Skendo emerged as the main winner with her design of an architectural model of a sports hall for her school – Barr’s Hill.  She won £200 for herself and £50 for the school and now goes through to the regional final at Bromsgrove 11th July.

The exhibition is now open 10am – 5pm every day till Wednesday 23rd June on the Mezzanine floor at Coventry Transport Museum. The exhibition is sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Coventry and local companies. So if you are a budding designer or want to see for yourself the designs of Coventry students then come and view the exhibition on the first floor in the Museum.

Click here to see the full list of winners

 

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