Only Bartle Bogle Hegarty, DDB and Mother won yellow Pencils, with no black Pencils being awarded to UK shops.
BBH won its yellow Pencil for its "Break the cycle" online campaign for the children's charity Barnardo's.
Mother's Orange Gold Spot campaign helped it pick up a yellow Pencil in the Writing For Advertising category, while DDB won two yellow Pencils in the Press and Poster Advertising categories, for its "Wallace & Gromit" work for Harvey Nichols.
Last year, 11 UK agencies won D&AD Awards, with two – Fallon and The Partners – winning black Pencils.
This year, both black Pencils in the advertising categories went to the US agency Droga5, for its work for the New York City Department of Education and the Jewish Council of Education & Research.
Other overseas winners included TBWA\Chiat\Day, for its Skittles "pinata" TV ad, and Crispin Porter & Bogusky, which secured a yellow Pencil in the Online Advertising category for its controversial "Whopper sacrifice" campaign for Burger King.
Another winner on the night was Michael Peters OBE, who picked up the coveted D&AD President's Award, which is given in recognition of an outstanding contribution to creativity.
Garrick Hamm, the D&AD president, said: "Michael's contribution to design is so great one could be forgiven for thinking he would have received this award years ago. He has helped shape and revolutionise the industry into the business it is today."
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