Logo for the League

The Committee of the League of Friends of Bridgnorth Hospital (LoF) recently decided they would benefit from a recognisable logo, so they invited students from the town’s two secondary schools, Bridgnorth Endowed and Oldbury Wells, to design one. Once entries had been submitted, and after much deliberation, a design submitted by Oldbury Wells Y9 pupil Bradley Lunn was selected as the overall winner, with Y10’s Jessica Robins and Bridgnorth Endowed Y9 pupil Anthony Simpson runners up.
Oldbury Wells Y12 pupils Megan Acocks and Samira Choudhury volunteered to organise the unveiling of the new logo at a special event held in the hospital coffee shop. The event was a great success and the design is now in regular use on LoF documentation, coffee shop aprons and publicity campaigns. Megan and Samira say, “We were delighted to organise the unveiling of the new logo. It’s been a privilege to be given the opportunity to work with the League of Friends of Bridgnorth Hospital.”

Chair Ray Gill adds, “The League is very grateful to the schools for launching the competition and to students who submitted entries. Sadly, it’s the nature of competitions that only a few entrants are rewarded, but we say a big ‘thank you’ to everybody who took part.”


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