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Student’s Christmas bauble to promote elf and safety

Published on 11/12/18

Decorations designed by a Hewett Academy student will help to keep Norfolk communities safe, as well as spreading Christmas cheer over the festive season.

Twelve-year-old Macie Amond and other pupils from the school’s art enrichment group designed colourful baubles for a competition run by Norfolk Police to promote safety at home and online this Christmas.

Macie's design promoting internet safety was one of four winners picked by Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey from entries by children across the county.

She will receive a certificate and prize from PC Nichola Jessop, who works with the Hewett as part of Norfolk’s Safer Schools Partnership programme.

The winning designs are available to download and print out from the Norfolk Constabulary website.

Norfolk’s county policing commander, Chief Superintendent Dave Marshall, said: "It’s great that local school children had the chance to get involved to support our campaign and we were really pleased to see all the variety of designs that got sent to us.

"We hope residents will download the baubles to hang from their trees whilst taking on the crime safety advice."

Hewett Academy students designed baubles to promote safety this Christmas