A primary school pupil in Broughton has won an interior design competition.Advertisement
Mason Pollard-Kennedy who attends Broughton-in-Amounderness Church of England Primary School won the Year 2 competition.
Wain Homes asked pupils to create artwork featuring their favourite farmyard animals.
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Mason’s sheep artwork was the winning entry and now adorns the children’s bedroom in the show home at the Pinfold Manor development in Broughton.
Andrew Blundell, sales director at Wain Homes, said: “Agriculture is such an important part of this area and we know farms have a special place in the hearts of young children.
“It was great fun seeing all the brilliant artwork from the pupils at Broughton-in-Amounderness school and it has helped us create a bedroom with a real local ‘wow’ factor.
“Going to sleep in this bedroom won’t be a problem for any child thanks to Mason, with so many sheep to count; in fact, we’re thinking of uploading a video to ‘Ewe’ Tube.”
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Mason was given a £50 voucher for his winning design and Wain Homes have also made a donation to the primary school for new reading books to thank children for taking part.
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