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The Rotary Club of St Alphege Solihull recently teamed up with Touchwood to crown the winners of its popular Young Photographer Competition.

Sponsored by Touchwood, the annual competition is open to students of Secondary Schools and Colleges within Solihull, and challenged them to offer their imaginative and artistic interpretations of the subject of 'Reflection'.

Harvey Williams from Alderbrook School was announced the winner of the Intermediate Age category, whilst Lauren Wilson also of Alderbrook School, took home the accolade for the Senior Category. Each winner received a £100 gift card, courtesy of Touchwood.

Cody Davis, Millie Goldman, Connor O'Dowd and Jack Mansbridge, also students at Alderbrook School, were also Highly Commended for their work.

The competition was judged by Simon Maycock, professional photographer, Nick Logan, local professional artist, Lucy Burnett, the marketing manager of Touchwood and Alan James, 1st Vice President of the Rotary Club of St Alphege Solihull.

A display of the winning photographs can be seen in Manor Walk, Touchwood’s walkway which leads from the Atrium to the Manor Square Exit.

Lucy Burnett, marketing manager at Touchwood, comments: “At Touchwood we are passionate about helping to nurture young talent within the Solihull community, so we were thrilled to be able to support the Rotary Club of St Alphege Solihull’s Young Photographer Competition. The calibre of entries was so high, it was a delight to judge. I’d like to offer my congratulations to all of the winners, and encourage everyone to come along and see their wonderful work displayed in centre.”

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Image caption: Students are presented with their certificates and prizes by Nav Sharma, the Rotary Club President and Lucy Burnett, the Marketing Manager of Touchwood.