Council unveils DogBog designs

Computer generated vision of winning design

Wirral Council today unveiled the winning design for their ‘DogBog’ challenge 2008.

School children across the Wirral were invited to submit designs for a portable canine toilet. The winning design was created by 9 year old Wayne Asboid, a student at Grove Road school.

Wayne's award winning sketch

Wayne’s design was then transformed into a computer generated model by Neptune Developments, Wirral councils preferred developer for all things New Brighton.

“We’ve consulted the people of New Brighton many times on what they want to see with the new developments. Over riding all other requests was a public facility which would accommodate the extrodinary amounts of brown cod we find washed up on the beach” said Ian Drainport, head of concept design at Neptune.

Lucky Wayne wins a years pass to the New Brighton Laser Quest and his weight in two pence pieces to be used at Wilkies Penny Slot arcade.