Competition

Team “Window Sticker” competition

Well the team’s competition to find out the most unusual places to find one of our new Window stickers has seen many entries so far. The entries were judged at our annual team dinner of May 20th 2005. Click here for the results.. Window stickers can still be obtained from our Fundraising Officer, the details are available by clicking here.

Jan 2005: The two schnausers belonging to our Vice President Derek Thomas, guarding one of our stickers..
Jan 2005: The two schnausers belonging to our Vice President Derek Thomas, guarding one of our stickers..
Jan 2005: On the flight deck, Manchester Airport. Submitted by our Chairman, Tony McNally. (Can we expect one from a cruise liner's bridge now, Tony?)
Jan 2005: On the flight deck, Manchester Airport. Submitted by our Chairman, Tony McNally. (Can we expect one from a cruise liner’s bridge now, Tony?)
Feb 2005: On the shores of Loch Lomond, Scotland. Another submission by our Vice President Derek Thomas.
Feb 2005: On the shores of Loch Lomond, Scotland. Another submission by our Vice President Derek Thomas.
Jan 2005: Frank Hulton, who looks after our team vehicles, Alpes d'Heuz, France, his annual skiing trip. Why so glum, Frank? Has Tony not bought you a lager yet?
Jan 2005: Frank Hulton, who looks after our team vehicles, Alpes d’Heuz, France, his annual skiing trip. Why so glum, Frank? Has Tony not bought you a lager yet?
Feb 2005: Same car, same place, obviously warmer than above! Our third DT entry to date.
Feb 2005: Same car, same place, obviously warmer than above! Our third DT entry to date.

Jan 2005: Our team chairman on his annual ski trip, Alpe d'Heuz, France. Winner, highest altitude category

Apr 2005: Team member Paul Jorgensen out in the desert, Oman
Apr 2005: Team member Paul Jorgensen out in the desert, Oman
Mar 2005: The underground but not London, it's Hong Kong, with thanks to Ged Clarke the photographer and his friend the sticker holder.
Mar 2005: The underground but not London, it’s Hong Kong, with thanks to Ged Clarke the photographer and his friend the sticker holder.
Mar 2005:Anybody who thought we were joking about the previous, here's proof it actually is the Hong Kong metro.
Mar 2005:Anybody who thought we were joking about the previous, here’s proof it actually is the Hong Kong metro.
Mar 2005: Hong Kong airport, thanks again Ged. (Should we produce a Chinese version of this sticker?) Winner, most travelled category
Mar 2005: Hong Kong airport, thanks again Ged. (Should we produce a Chinese version of this sticker?) Winner, most travelled category
Mar 2005: Same place, same tower, this time the man himself (Ged Clarke)
Mar 2005: Same place, same tower, this time the man himself (Ged Clarke)
Mar 2005: The furthest sticker yet? It's Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, yes looking at the Petronas Towers. Thanks to our globetrotting team member Ged Clarke for this entry.
Mar 2005: The furthest sticker yet? It’s Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, yes looking at the Petronas Towers. Thanks to our globetrotting team member Ged Clarke for this entry.
Mar 2005: The neices of team member Ged Clarke, he's still globetrotting, this time in Aukland, New Zealand.
Mar 2005: The nieces of team member Ged Clarke, he’s still globetrotting, this time in Aukland, New Zealand.
Winner, furthest category
Apr 2005: It's a landcruiser, it's the desert, but where is the big "UN" logo on the back of the vehicle? Another Paul Jorgensen submission from the Fahoud Oil Field. Winner, most unusual category
Apr 2005: It’s a landcruiser, it’s the desert, but where is the big “UN” logo on the back of the vehicle? Another Paul Jorgensen submission from the Fahoud Oil Field. Winner, most unusual category