Animals of Buxton Hill by Renn in year six at Buxton Junior School was the winning design chosen by the public after creative youngsters in the town were asked to design a logo for the event.
Renn’s design received 59 per cent of the votes, and came in ahead of Stylised Tree by Billy of Buxton Community School which took second place and Buxton Snail by Lois of Burbage Primary School in third. Two Trees by Nancy of Burbage Primary was in fourth and Flower Frame by Amelia of Buxton Junior School was fifth.
The winning design will now be professionally transformed into a digital logo.
Buxton Wild Weeks is being launched by the South West Peak Landscape Partnership (SWPLP), Buxton Civic Association and Transition Buxton, bringing together schools and the community to support wildlife.
Jackie Wragg, youth engagement officer for the South West Peak Landscape Partnership, said: “We’d love to thank everyone who took part for their wonderful ideas. We aim to use some of the images submitted somewhere with Buxton Wild Weeks as there were so many great images.”
There are two Buxton Wild Weeks in 2021: from Monday May 24 and from Monday July 5. Local schoolchildren will take part in environmental activities and members of the community will be encouraged to connect with, enjoy and support their local wildlife.
Buxton Wild Weeks are supported by the South West Peak Landscape Partnership funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Buxton Civic Association, Transition Buxton and the Buxton Advertiser.