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By Connie Osborne Friday 07 February 2014 Updated: 07/02 09:15
A CREATIVE duo have designed a logo and promotional flyer for a new support service aimed at young people.
Harry Watton, from St Augustine’s Catholic High School and former student Tom Langston were the brains behind the material which will be used to advertise the Early Help Guidance and Support Service.
The service, which includes Sure Start and is delivered by Redditch Borough Council, offers support, guidance and information all all families in the town who have children aged up to 19.
Tony Quinn, prinicpal of St Augustine’s, said: “Early Help has further enabled us, as a school to access and signpost our families and students to important support services.”
Sarah Walker, communications and promotions officer for Early Help, added: “It has been good to see young people taking on such an important challenge.
“They have dedicated such a lot of time to this project and have approached it with enthusiasm and professionalism.”
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