Artistic pupils sing praises of their village

Creative children from a village school have declared their love for their local area in an art competition.

Taylor Wimpey South Midlands teamed up with High Ash C of E Primary School in Great Brickhill to launch the competition. Pupils taking part were encouraged to design posters expressing their admiration for the area, with the winning entries having the honour of being displayed in the Willow Lake Sales Centre.

A creative entry by Year 2 pupil Phoebe Wilford was chosen as the overall winning work of art, while the second and third placed winners were Emily Turner and Juno Canning, both also in Year 2, respectively.

Phoebe was presented with a £60 toy voucher, with Emily and Juno each winning a £20 voucher.

Steve Rolt at Taylor Wimpey South Midlands, said: “We already know that this part of Buckinghamshire is a fantastic place to live, but the pupils from High Ash C of E Primary School have really opened our eyes to even more things which make it such a great place.”