Phoebe Shelley in 7D1 has been doing her bit to thank our local NHS staff and key workers as the UK faces the anniversary of the first national lockdown in response to Coronavirus.

Phoebe entered Lichfield Rugby Club’s competition to design a logo for the club’s shirt for the 2021/22 season and the winning entry will be printed on the player’s shirts for the forthcoming campaign. 

The good news is that Phoebe’s design (Option 1) has made it to the final five entries and will now go forward to a members’ vote via Lichfield Rugby Club’s Facebook page. The vote is live online until 6:00pm on Monday, 29th March 2020 if you are able to support Phoebe with her design.

Charlie Simpson, Phoebe’s form tutor, said: “I was delighted to learn of Phoebe’s efforts to recognise the sacrifices made by our NHS staff and keyworkers and this seems particularly apt with the country just having passed the first lockdown anniversary. It would be great if Phoebe could go all the way in this competition so if you can lend her your support then everyone at the Friary School would really appreciate it. Phoebe is a credit to her family and our local community. We are hugely impressed with the impact she has made in school in her first year.”

To register your vote, visit: Lichfield Rugby Club | Facebook