Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival Launches New Logo!
The Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival has launched its new logo.
The new logo is the idea of 10-year-old Sean Barrett from Camrose, who was the overall winner of the Festival's Fish Week Logo competition.
His winning design was unveiled at a special reception at County Hall this week hosted by the Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council, Councillor Peter Morgan, and attended by the winners of the logo and photography competitions.
Launched in 2000, Pembrokeshire Fish Week is an annual festival celebrating Pembrokeshire's fresh seafood, coastline and maritime heritage. The Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival had asked people to design a new logo to represent its continued growth over the years and in years to come. Organisers wanted a design that was fun and creative and that reflected the festival theme as well as Pembrokeshire itself.
Sean, a pupil at Mary Immaculate School in Haverfordwest, was the winner of the 11 and under category - for which he won a family workshop at the Creative Café - as well as being the overall winner.
His idea was used as the basis of the final design of the new logo created by competition sponsor Signspeed.
The winner of the 11 - 18 years category was Jasmine Pugh, aged 11 from Sir Thomas Picton School, who won a family voucher for Battlefield Live. The runner-up in this category, Alex Fox-Robinson, aged 16 from Pembroke School won an ‘Air Ranger Remote Control Fish'.
Competition Winner Sean Barrett with the final design
Competition winners and runners up
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