Phoebe is the ‘i-CECREAM’ of the crop

Winning designer Phoebe Atkin, with Alastair Robertson,head of the school's design and technology department Graham Dobson and Tim Brant  (Lin) EMN-150603-172322001
Winning designer Phoebe Atkin, with Alastair Robertson,head of the school's design and technology department Graham Dobson and Tim Brant (Lin) EMN-150603-172322001
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Visitors to Caistor Grammar School’s Design and Technology exhibition were invited to vote for their favourite product developed by the 10 A2 Level students.

And the overall winner was Phoebe Atkin with her ‘i-CECREAM’ charging unit.

Will Dingle was second with his Austin Mini dashboard and centre console and in third place was Roisin Mumby’s Drawing Table.

The Humber Branch of the Energy Institute sponsored the three prizes and representatives Alastair Robertson and Tim Brant, pictured above with Phoebe and the school’s head of Design and Technology 
Graham Dobson, said they were delighted with the quality of work on display.