01:00AM, Saturday 12 April 2014
A pupil at Windsor's Royal School has won an Easter colouring competition which will see her finished picture made into a full size poster and displayed in the window of her local opticians.
Nine-year-old Issy Spencer, who attends the school in Windsor Great Park entered the competition run by Specsavers' store in Peascod Street - one of many children from the town's first schools who took part.
As well as displaying Issy’s picture in the window, Specsavers is donating 30 high visibility fluorescent jackets to the Royal School which will help Issy and her classmates to be easily seen on the way to and from school.
Issy said: "I love drawing and colouring so it was good fun. I can’t believe that I won and my picture is now in the store window for everyone to see."
The store also chose a runner up, nine-year-old Aaliyah Bennett who won 30 high visibility jackets for her school Eton Wick Church of England First School in Sheepcote Road, Eton Wick
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