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An 11-year-old from Cambridge has drawn the winning design for a logo competition, beating almost 250 other entrants.

Cambridge Children's Network logo winner presentation, from left, Alice Holmes, lead clinical nurse for Cambridge Children's Hospital, Phil Priestley, from Cambs Youth Panel (who donated the prize), Gemma Cannizzo with her prize and headteacher, Alistair Day. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge Children's Network logo winner presentation, from left, Alice Holmes, lead clinical nurse for Cambridge Children's Hospital, Phil Priestley, from Cambs Youth Panel (who donated the prize), Gemma Cannizzo with her prize and headteacher, Alistair Day. Picture: Keith Heppell

Gemma Cannizzo, 11, who attends St Bede’s Inter-Church School in Cambridge, wowed the judges with her logo design for Cambridge Children’s Network. Gemma received her prize – a gaming PC and art tool worth over £800 – on Monday (May 17) in the grounds of St Bede’s.

Cambridge Children’s Network is a 500-strong group of children, young people, parents and carers who are helping develop the new Cambridge Children’s Hospital. This will be the first children’s hospital for the east of England.

The charity seeks to treat the whole child, making no distinction between their mental and physical health. Its members strive to understand the person, not just the patient, and what’s important to them and their family. The latest research and technology will help deliver the best possible care, as close to home, school and friends, as possible.

For more information, visit cambridgechildrens.org.uk.

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