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Winners of Glove Design Competition announced
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May '09
The British Glove Association, in collaboration with the Worshipful Company of Glovers, is pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 Glove and Poster Design Competitions.

GLOVE DESIGN COMPETITION 2009 was sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Glovers

Photographs of Winning Entries
Photographs of the prize giving ceremony at Drapers' Hall will be posted end July 2009. Prize Details for Glove Design Prize Details for Poster Design

Winning Entries
Category 1: Design a glove for a pop star, past or present.
First Prize: Eva Pospisilova, City and Islington College
Runner Up: Kylie Philadelphia, Hillsborough College

Category 2: Design a pair of gloves for an extreme sport.
First Prize: Hannah Moloney, De Montfort University
Runner Up: Laura Tomlinson, Huddersfield University

Category 3: Design a pair of gloves for a day at the races.
First Prize: Rachel Cooper-Wherry, College of West Anglia
Runner Up: Charlotte Bryan, University of Lincoln

The Dents Prize for the Most Commercial Design from all entries received:
Sam Fulcher, College of West Anglia

The College making the Greatest Contribution to the Competition: Hillsborough College

John Bennett SAFETY POSTER COMPETITION 2009
First Prize: Melanie Horton, Walsall College
Runner-up: Lauren Woodhall, Walsall College

The College producing the best series of poster designs: Walsall College

The competition has now been running since 1975. Its purpose is to encourage students to create practical yet original glove designs. The judges look for designs that show a commercial aspect in respect of the ease of manufacture and sell-ability.

The Worshipful Company of Glovers is one of the ancient livery companies that once controlled and regulated their craft in the City of London. Nowadays, whilst continuing to retain strong links with their original trades, they are active in maintaining the traditions of the City and support education and charities in the wider community.

The British Glove Association

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