Children used their imagination to design a logo for the newly formed Oldbrook Residents Association (ORA).
Brayden Slade and Taneeshiya Anthonipillai from Oldbrook First School were declared the winners of the competition after being judged by the committee who were impressed with the entries and the ideas the children came up with.
The awards were presented at a school assembly by the local Councillor Cec Tallack alongside four members of the ORA Derick Francis, Les Burgess, Sue Davies, and Tubo Uranta.
Brayden received the first prize of a £20 Toys R Us voucher, as well as seeing the new logo used on all ORA future promotional material, and Taneeshiya was given a £10 voucher,
Everyone who comes to the next ORA meeting, which will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 17 at the Oldbrook Community Centre, will be able to view the winning designs.