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15 December 2003

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Cookham Youth Club Member Wins Royal Borough's Christmas Card Competition

A few weeks ago at one of the Monday night Youth Clubs which are held at Cookham Dean Cricket Club, some of the members designed Christmas Cards for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead's Christmas Card Design Competition.  The Cookham Youth Project were told that there had been a large number of entries of a very high standard.  Last week a phone call informed Jenny Lynham who attends the Monday Night Youth Club that her design had won the competition. 

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Jenny Lynham is presented with her prize and certificate by Councillor Fagence

The prize giving took place at the Cookham Dean Cricket Club during the final Monday night Youth Club meeting of the year. Jenny was presented with he prize and signed certificate by Councillor Richard Fagence who represents Clewer South Ward and has particular interest in the Youth and Community work of the Royal Borough.  He was accompanied by Lynda Chandler who is head of Youth and Community and also Bonnie Putnam who took photos on behalf of the Royal Borough.

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Linda Chandler. head of Youth and Community at the Royal Borough, applauds Jenny's winning design

As well as the signed certificate Jenny was also presented with a music voucher for 20. In addition copies of her winning design had been made into Christmas cards. Congratulations Jenny.
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Jenny's winning design

If you are interested in joining the Monday Night Youth Club, the Club opens again on Monday 12th January. It is for 11-13 year olds and is from 7.30pm until 9.00pm, just come along on the night. More information can be seen on the Cookham Youth Project page or phone 01628 525130 for more information.
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Jenny shows her friends the copies of her winning card


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