10:03AM, Wednesday 13 September 2017
Children designed their own fish on a dish as part of an art competition run at a Dedworth supermarket.
Tesco, in Dedworth Road, teamed up with Scotts Fish & Chips over the summer holidays and challenged young artists to design their own paper plate with something fish-themed.
They received 59 entries which were put up in the store for shoppers to see.
Designs included a piranha and a fish wearing a top hat.
Hayden Vickers, six, scooped first place for his ‘Under the Sea’ theme while Andri Ukperaj, four, finished as runner-up for his drawing of a blue whale.
Organiser Lisa Kimber, Tesco’s community champion, said: “It was really nice to see children coming in to the store and asking their parents if they could design something.”
The winning artists received vouchers for Scotts Fish & Chips.
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