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Animal Aid and West Kent College Competition - Winners Announced

Posted 23 February 2006

National campaign organisation, Animal Aid, has joined forces with West Kent College in a unique learning experience for National Diploma Design students.

Working from Animal Aid's 'live brief', students at West Kent were asked to design a new poster that encourages people to be kinder to animals. Additionally, the design students were asked to create one other piece of work, such as a sticker or leaflet that would accompany the poster.

Students worked in groups of four with a task leader. Animal Aid's Education Team were on hand to review the students' work, and answer any questions in relation to the project.

The winning team and two runners-up teams will be featured in Animal Aid's supporters' magazine, Outrage, and in their youth magazine, Youthrage, which have a combined readership of more than 30,000. The winners also have the opportunity for their work to be turned into Animal Aid posters for distribution throughout the UK.

The winners will be announced on 23 February at 10.00 am and the press are invited to photograph and interview the winning teams.

Notes to Editors

  • Animal Aid, which was established in 1977, campaigns peacefully against all forms of animal abuse and promotes a cruelty-free lifestyle. We investigate and expose animal cruelty, and our undercover investigations and other evidence are often used by the media, bringing these issues to public attention.
  • High-resolution images of the winning designs are available on request.

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