Community Support Officer Amanda Yung has been working to promote the Abergavenny Businesses Against Crime partnership and has enlisted the help of pupils from King Henry Comprehensive in Abergavenny.
The pupils were asked to design a new window sticker to be displayed in shop windows in the town. The pupils were asked to try and incorporate all elements of the partnership, using just 3 colours and sticking to the dimensions of the sticker.
Class 9T from King Henry all submitted entries and out of these, the winners were chosen. First prize went to Jamie Leigh Davies who won a £20 book token. Following closely behind were second and third prize winners Emily Hacker and Bethan Townsend who won a £10 and £5 book token.
The partnership includes 17 local stores that use the Storenet radio system, 12 charity shops, market traders and 85 members on OWL that are registered to Business Watch. All members of the partnership work together to communicate if there is any shoplifting, anti-social behaviour or crime trends linked to the businesses that they should all be aware of.