Clear Cut winner in school contest

A TEAM of environmentally and commercially-minded pupils from Woodbridge School has won the Suffolk county round of the Young Enterprise contest which aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.

The Clear Cut team, which produced glassware made from recycled bottles, was named Company of the Year at the county final and now goes forward to the regional round next month, at which a place in the national final will be at stake.

A second team from the school, Catalyst, was runner-up in the county event and also took the awards for Environment and Best Report.

Other winners were Void from Stowmarket High School (Best Personnel Management) and Espoir from Thomas Mills High, Framlingham (Best Financial Management).

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