Competition challenges kids in Stevenage to design the Women’s Tour jersey

Mayor Sherma Batson, centre with Council Leader, Sharon Taylor, cllr, Teresa Heritage, cllr David An

Mayor Sherma Batson, centre with Council Leader, Sharon Taylor, cllr, Teresa Heritage, cllr David Andrews and pupils from Nobel School at the launch of the Aviva Women's Tour. - Credit: Archant

Children are being challenged to get creative and design the stage winner’s jersey of the Women’s Tour when it visits Stevenage.

To celebrate the fourth stage of the Aviva Women’s Tour finishing in the town on June 20, Stevenage Borough Council is challenging children aged 16 and under to design their own version of the famous yellow jersey.

Entries can be submitted until 12 noon on Thursday, May 28, after which a panel of judges will pick the winner.

For more and to enter visit www.stevenage.gov.uk.


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