School pupils have designs on the future
- Credit: Andy Newman PR
School children won art hampers for their classmates after drawing inspiration from a poster competition.
Four-year-old Scarlett Wilson from North Walsham Junior School and nine year-old Erin Reeve from Bure Valley School in Aylsham were the winners of a competition run at the Worstead Festival by estate agents Arnolds Keys to design new 'For Sale' boards.
Their colourful designs will now de displayed in the windows of the firm's North Walsham and Aylsham offices respectively, and representatives from Arnolds Keys visited the two schools to present the prizes in front of the pair's classmates during assembly.
The art hampers contained a huge amount of arts and crafts goodies, including pens, pencils, paper, glitter, and a laminator.
'Dozens of children entered the competition at the Worstead Festival, and the level of creativity was striking,' said Arnolds Keys marketing manager Tanya Chapman. 'Not only did the winners come up with designs which were eye-catching, but they also had some compelling sales messages as well.
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