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North London teenagers rewarded for thirsty work

PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 March 2015

Ayesha Alam, 16, from Hendon (left), Georgia Mosheim,  16, from Hampstead Garden Suburb, Rebecca Fung, 16, from Highgateand  Ayesha Alam, 16, from Hendon

Ayesha Alam, 16, from Hendon (left), Georgia Mosheim, 16, from Hampstead Garden Suburb, Rebecca Fung, 16, from Highgateand Ayesha Alam, 16, from Hendon

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A team of enterprising schoolgirls have won an award for inventing a unique new drinks bottle.

Georga Mosheim, from Hampstead Garden Suburb, Rebecca Fung, from Highgate and Ayesha Alam from Hendon, all 16, are part of a Young Enterprise team of 22 girls from North London Collegiate School, in Edgware, who have created the ‘DualFuel’ drinks container.

The bottle has a split down the middle to hold two drinks at once and the girls have already done a deal with David Lloyd and Virgin Active gyms in the area to sell the product.

The girls are celebrating after being awarded “most innovative product” at St George’s trade fair, in Harrow, in December.


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