Amble youngsters’ sweet success

Posted on 31st May 2012 | in Amble First School - Edwin St , Amble Links First School , Community , Heritage & Tourism , St Cuthberts First School

Pictured here is Chloe Gerrard who won the Jubilee jam naming competition.

Pride of Northumbria has created a special limited edition jam to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Youngsters from the First Schools were asked to invent a name for the new Jam which consists of strawberries, rose and champagne.

Winning entries were: “Sparkling Diamond Delight” by Ellia Waddell, Links First School, “The Royal Preserve” by Elliot Baxter, Amble First School and overall winner “Royal Summer Jampagne” by Chloe Gerrard, St Cuthbert’s First School.

You will be able to buy “Royal Summer Jampagne in Pride of Northumbria, Queen St until the end of the Summer.



Pictured below is Faye Smith  from St Cuthbert’s First School who was presented with a giant Easter egg by CSO Darin Fawcett and Julia Aston of Amble Development Trust.

Local schools were invited to take part in an Easter Egg decorating competiton by Amble Neighbourhood Beat and Amble Development Trust. The entries were displayed in Pride of Northumbria and customers were asked to vote for their favourite. Faye’s winning entry depicted Humpty Dumpty.

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