Sculptures show off Warwick's Fairtrade heart

Impressive sculptures have helped push Warwick one step closer to finally becoming a Fairtrade town.

Wednesday, 20th July 2016, 12:46 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 7:29 pm
The winning sculpture

Warwick’s Fairtrade Steering Group set arty youngsters the challenge of creating a model on the theme of the Queen’s 90th birthday - all out of waste materials.

Finalists have now been judged, with efforts by the Gap Youth Club taking top place for best design, materials and overall effect.

Town mayor, Cllr Christine Cross also praised runners up at All Saints and St Mary Immaculate schools.

Fairtrade sculptures

All sculptures will be on display at the Tourist Information Centre until Saturday where Fairtrade stall will help spread the message.

Fairtrade sculptures
Cllr Christine Cross with the winning sculpture
Fairtrade sculptures
Fairtrade sculptures
Cllr Christine Cross with the winning sculpture