Inspiring stuff from our past winners

Have you got what it takes to be a Cracking Ideas winner? Take a look at the brilliant brainwaves that came up trumps in our last competition, and see if you can do better this year.

The National Winners

Ages 4-7
Amelia Regulski

Amelia created the supersonic ‘Space Suit’ complete with 4 innovative flame blasting rocket boosters spanning the wings to ensure safe space travel. With a specially designed helmet complete with Wallace & Gromit style big red on/off button Amelia has certainly addressed both style and function with the nifty ‘Space Suit!’

Ages 8-11
Sydney Davis

BIB guarantees instant brilliance in ballet but not just on Earth but in space too! With recognition of safety features such as non-combustible super strong carbon fibre construction the ‘Rocket Twist Tutu’ incorporates miniature swivelling rockets to enable effortless spins and twirls whilst jet propelled heels in the ballet pumps means speed is not an issue!

Ages 12-16
Dom Aly and Eddy Backhouse

Dom and Eddy created the WG1GYRO to propel Wallace & Gromit into space! With clever advertising and recognition of the intellectual property involved their invention really is splendidly supersonic! Space suit designs for Wallace & Gromit and a roving WG Buggy creation complete with logoed flags plus ‘The Super Blaster’ ensure the complete innovation package!

England

Ages 4-7
Raimi Lee Davis

Raimi ensured the Fast Cat Moggy invention was copyright protected by using the © symbol on the art work.

An innovative creation the supersonic belt is not simply for holding your trousers up... it can expand to a whole body protecting space suit for jet propulsion to distant planets! The logo featuring its distinctive cat design ensures eye catching recognition for this ‘Fast Cat Moggy Rocket’ marvel!

Ages 8-11
Sydney Davis

BIB guarantees instant brilliance in ballet but not just on Earth but in space too! With recognition of safety features such as non-combustible super strong carbon fibre construction the ‘Rocket Twist Tutu’ incorporates miniature swivelling rockets to enable effortless spins and twirls whilst jet propelled heels in the ballet pumps means speed is not an issue!

Ages 12-16
Dom Aly and Eddy Backhouse

Dom and Eddy created the WG1GYRO to propel Wallace & Gromit into space! With clever advertising and recognition of the intellectual property involved their invention really is splendidly supersonic! Space suit designs for Wallace & Gromit and a roving WG Buggy creation complete with logoed flags plus ‘The Super Blaster’ ensure the complete innovation package!

Scotland

Ages 4-7
Chloe Mitchell-Dair

Chloe spent time perfecting ‘The Amazing Galactic Rocket’ producing a prototype design and then perfecting it in design number two. The original 5 portholes were reduced to a more economic 3 larger ones in the final rocket design allowing for increased viewing scope of planets. Supersonic red wings were added along with flame power to propel this ‘Amazing Galactic Rocket’ through space.

Ages 8-11
Taylor Elizabeth Burnside

‘The tech 2000’ with its eye catching logo is an all terrain space vehicle produced by Taylor Elizabeth Burnside. Its innovative features include a hovering fan, super tough army wheels and the ‘brightest lights ever’ ... just what you’d need in space. With a nod towards aesthetic appeal with brick like controlled eyes and angel wings don’t be fooled ... this beauty has brains too with the addition of the ‘heavy metal data collector’ and the ability to save data easily both day and night.

Ages 12-16
Asim Iqbal

‘The Space Craft’ (TM) space car is a cleverly conceived rover vehicle with multiple features and patents applied for. Innovative technical features include an alien life seeking radar, a unique homing device button (for emergencies only) and a satellite dish powered by a large battery. Asim’s green and yellow front and rear elevations show the vehicle’s novel design including a comfortable driving seat and steering wheel. Asim shows he is aware of his intellectual property rights by using the TM symbol for the Space Craft logo offering the best protection before his trade mark is registered.

Wales

Ages 4-7
Amelia Regulski

Amelia created the supersonic ‘Space Suit’ complete with 4 innovative flame blasting rocket boosters spanning the wings to ensure safe space travel. With a specially designed helmet complete with Wallace & Gromit style big red on/off button Amelia has certainly addressed both style and function with the nifty ‘Space Suit!’

Ages 8-11
Ieuan Evans

‘The-anythingyouwant-omatic’ space robot cleverly combines a computer, TV and keypad with flexibility and mobility using the ‘bendable’ limbs and wheeled skates. Ieuan’s inventive robotic aid comes complete with mechanical eyes, mouth and ears (in case you can’t be bothered to type!) and if that wasn’t enough there’s a handy dispenser for dispensing ... whatever might need to be dispensed in space!

Ages 12-16
Ella Travers

Ella has addressed the issue of ‘what to eat in space’ with her incredible edible ‘Space Gum.’ Taste is not compromised with a starter, mains and dessert version of the gum consisting of ‘leek and potatoe soup’, ‘spaghetti bolognese’ and ‘chocolate brownie’ courses. With attractively designed eye-catching packaging and the great strap-line ‘different nutritious courses in a few chews’ what’s not to like?!

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