What a fantastic response we had to the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest 2019. With standards so high, it was a difficult job judging. Well done to everyone who took the time and trouble to enter. Once again, we were blown away not only by the imagination of all our entrants but how considerate they were for the environment.
Massive congratulations to our winners. Each winner receives Amazon vouchers (£75, £50, £25). In addition, all the 1st prize winners take away £100 for their school. We'll be holding a special ceremony for all our winners soon.
Full list of winners
1st – Michael France (St Josephs)
Mikey’s Amphibious beach cleaner and recycler. Michael enjoys walking on the beach but hates the amount of rubbish left and washed up. His car collects rubbish from the sea and beach and recycles it.
2nd – Finn MacKenzie (Rhu)
Finn’s Cookie Car gives our healthy food and treats. It has its own orchard and is self-sustaining and environmentally friendly.
3rd – Laura Lesniewska (Colgrain)
Laura’s Rainbow Car shoots out sweets from the back to give to homeless people. It has a bed for the driver if they are sleepy.
1st – Leila Yuen (Colgrain)
Leila’s Technical Tortle is an underwater research base that changes from a turtle to a tortoise on land powered by non-recyclable litter.
2nd – Timothy Roper (Kilmodan)
Timothy’s Sea Saver is designed to save the sea by collecting all the litter.
3rd – Erin Murney (Arrochar)
Erin’s Musical Motor works through singing and happiness and is fuelled on laughter.
1st – Milo Ingram (Tarbert Academy)
Milo’s Sub-Zero car is a submarine that can run on land and in the water.
2nd – Emily Irving (Tarbert Academy)
Emily designed a Top of the Tree car providing sanctuary for birds, squirrels and animals.
3rd – Ruby Beagan (Tarbert Academy)
Ruby’s Uni-Metro is an eco-car that runs on unicorn dust.