Finalists announced for dog fouling competition

Sudbury mayor Sue Ayres is backing Sudbury Community Wardens' anti-dog fouling campaign. A poster competition is taking place in schools. ANL-160617-121419001

Sudbury mayor Sue Ayres is backing Sudbury Community Wardens' anti-dog fouling campaign. A poster competition is taking place in schools. ANL-160617-121419001

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You can now vote for who you think should win the Sudbury Community Wardens’ dog fouling campaign poster competition.

The vote is taking place at Tesco in Sudbury, where you can choose which design you feel should lead the campaign against dog fouling in Sudbury and the surrounding area, including being featured on community warden Bradley Smith’s van.

The finalists for the campaign backed by Sudbury Town Council, Sudbury Tesco and the Suffolk Free Press, are: St Joseph’s Primary School - Christopher Green and Mary Debska.

Pot Kiln Primary School - Safiye Orman and Dinah Hawthorn-Grant.

St Gregory’s Primary School - Ella Manby and Amelia Guiheen.

Woodhall Primary School - Georgia Penny and Elesha-May Riddleston.

Tudor Primary School - Lucy Wallace and Megan Wallace.

The vote is now open and closes on Monday, July 4.