The winning logo designed by South Marston school children for Sevor Farm Solar has been unveiled by the projects developers Eneco UK.
The logo was chosen by representatives from South Marston Parish Council, The Swindon Advertiser and Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd (who will benefit the energy generated from the project). The competition asked pupils of South Marston C of E Primary School to design a meaningful logo for the project which will be displayed on site and across information materials including the project’s website: www.sevorfarmsolar.co.uk.
The winning entry was created by Phoebe Young who received an Apple iPad for her design. Four runners up were also named who were; Amelia Pirt, Toby Shepard, Lily Young and Jamie Blanchard, all of which received arts and craft vouchers.
Guy Madgwick, Director Eneco UK said: “We have very much enjoyed working with the children of South Marston C of E Primary School to establish an identity for our project. We look forward to showcasing the design at the site when we hold our community open day this summer. ”
The logo unveiling party also included a preview of the Sevor Farm Solar project video which has been developed with the help of six pupils of South Marston C of E Primary School and will be displayed at future Eneco events and on the Sevor Farm Solar website.
For further press information contact Michelle Giblin, Eneco Wind UK Ltd, on 01926 331229.
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About Eneco Wind UK Ltd
Eneco UK (www.eneco.co.uk) is based in Warwick and headed by Director, Guy Madgwick. The UK wind portfolio includes Scottish onshore projects: Tullo Wind Farm near Laurencekirk, 17MW of which is operational with a further 25MW under construction; Burn of Whilk Wind Farm (22.5MW) located west of Wick – construction anticipated to commence by late spring 2014; Moy Wind Farm (60MW) in The Highlands – construction due to commence shortly; Lochluichart Wind Farm (69MW) in The Highlands currently under construction; the proposed Benhar Wind Farm (15MW) in North Lanarkshire and Macritch Hill, a proposed 54MW wind farm located in Angus that is being developed in partnership with Scottish Water. Eneco is also a 50:50 development partner in the Navitus Bay offshore wind project located to the west of the Isle of Wight. In November 2013, the company acquired its first solar project in the UK - the 10MW Sevor Solar Farm near South Marston, Swindon.