A pupil at Pinchbeck East Primary School has had an early Christmas present after entering a competition run by a group hoping to provide affordable homes in the village.
Tia Alexander was given a pack of coloured pencils and certificate as one of the winners of a competition to design an eco-friendly themed logo for Pinchbeck Community Land Trust (PCLT).
The competition was open to children at Pinchbeck East and St Bartholomew’s Primary School, West Pinchbeck, where other winners Jacob Cox and Freya Peters are pupils.
Jacob’s logo will be used on PCLT publicity and Sally Slade, vice chairman of the trust’s steering group, said judges were impressed with the high standard of entries.
She added: “We wanted to get across to the children what we’re hoping to do and through the competition, they understood that it’s about providing affordable homes for local people.
“Both schools sent in a significant number of entries which was great and the children understood the whole point of the trust was to help people in the community.”