Young Londoner sees her invention bought to life

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Young Londoner sees her invention bought to life

A 10 year old from Kennington may have come up with a solution to rising levels of tooth decay, a problem which affects more than 10,000 young Londoners every year. As part of a national competition, Giselle from Archbishop Sumner School came up with a winning design aimed to make brushing more fun. Today she was at the Science museum to see it brought to life.

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