To help mark World Aids Day, every year we run a fabulous event in partnership with Dudley College.
As part of the celebrations, students from the College are set a brief to create a promotional poster or film to raise awareness around the important of getting tested for HIV and the support services Summit Support provides to those living with, or affected by HIV and AIDS.
Every year we are blown away by what the students come up with. This year was no acceptation. It was almost impossible to choose a winner from each category as they were all really fabulous!
After much debate and deliberation, Kayleigh Bagley was awarded first prize in the poster competition and Keaton Barton and Cameron Whiteside were named as runners up. The film category was also hotly contested but “Isolation” was chosen as the eventual winner.
A big thank you to Phil Brookes, Sarah Thomas and Claire Binnion at Dudley College for all their hard work in helping to organise the event. Thank you also to Dave Tyler, Mayor of Dudley for attending and supporting the event. Special thanks to Tesco Community Dudley for donating the much deserved prizes for the winners and runners up. And last but by no means least, a massive thank you to all the students at the College, who all worked really hard to create some amazing work and made the day a great success.