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Highland Driftwood scoop top prize for UK logo competition

  • Highland Driftwood from Inverness High School, were announced as the winners of Young Enterprise UK’s Team Programme logo competition.

The winning logo was inspired by a research trip to a local beachThe winning logo was inspired by a research trip to a local beach

Highland Driftwood from Inverness High School, were announced as the winners of Young Enterprise UK's Team Programme logo competition.

Created by team member Connor Walker, the design reflects the team's household products that are handmade from eco-friendly salvaged materials, including from local beaches.

Judge Dermot de Courcy Robinson, Managing Director at Maxx Design said: "The driftwood font is perfect and the background colours are perfect for the subject matter. Great work!"

We are delighted for everyone at Highland Driftwood and congratulate them on a brilliant achievement in a year of unprecedented challenges!

The Highland Driftwood team with their handmade productsThe Highland Driftwood team with their handmade products

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