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PUBLISHED: 12:12 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:29 03 July 2010

A LEVEL students at East Norfolk Sixth Form College have won prizes in a digital art competition organised by the Norwich University College of the Arts.

A LEVEL students at East Norfolk Sixth Form College have won prizes in a digital art competition organised by the Norwich University College of the Arts.

Nick Taylor and Stephen Middleton submitted pieces of their graphic design work for consideration alongside work from other students across the UK.

There was a preponderance of degree level students among the winners but the two local sixth formers were worthy prize winners.

Their work is on display on the award's website and featured on the big screen at Chapelfields in Norwich.

The student's graphics teacher Theresa Budds said: “They are both modest about their abilities but they are both A grade students who produce excellent work. I am pleased that they have had this recognition.”

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