Schoolchildren let their imaginations run wild in a competition to design a logo for a group set up to buy land for affordable homes in Pinchbeck.
Pupils from St Bartholomew’s Primary School, West Pinchbeck and Pinchbeck East Primary School had a month to come up with a logo for Pinchbeck Community Land Trust based on an eco-friendly theme.
The winning logo was drawn by St Bartholomew’s pupil Jacob Cox, with runners-up prizes going to Freya Peters from the same school and Pinchbeck East pupil Tia Alexander.
Michelle Parker, headteacher at St Bartholomew’s, said: “A good majority of our children entered the competition and there were art-based prizes, including felt-tip pens and pencils, for Jacob and Freya.”
Pinchbeck district councillor Sally Slade, one of the judges, said: “We asked children from the two schools to design a logo for the trust to use for publicity in the future and there were lots of really good entries.”