Natural History Museum seeks 1980s competition winner from Bristol

Winning entry by Amanda Taylor from Bristol Image copyright Natural History Museum
Image caption The 1981 competition was won by Amanda Taylor, 14, from Bristol

A Bristol girl who won a competition to design a poster in the 1980s is being sought by the Natural History Museum.

The competition, run in conjunction with BBC's Blue Peter, was for a poster design to mark the museum's centenary.

A stegosaurus drawn by Amanda Taylor, 14, was the top prize-winner but now the museum wants to "track her down".

Amy Freeborn, from the museum, said: "We've just unveiled a new stegosaurus skeleton at the museum and we thought it fitting we track this person down."

Other than the drawing, featuring a stegosaurus with birthday candles along its back, Ms Freeborn said they had very few other details.

"We came across the picture quite recently but the only information I have is Amanda Taylor from Bristol - and the year 1981," she said.

"I've sent out a tweet asking if anyone knows her, but it's obviously quite a vague request. I'm keeping my fingers crossed."

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