Youngsters impress in Tewin art competition
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PUPILS have sung the praises of their village, with a picture competition celebrating the best of Tewin.
Youngsters from Tewin Cowper C of E Primary School took part in the contest, What Tewin Means To Me, to showcase the best things about village life.
Tyler Owens, 10, scooped the top prize, while nine-year-old Max Seewraj and Hannah Stapleton, aged eight, came second and third respectively.
Tyler said: “Tewin is such a friendly village, everyone knows each other.”
Max added: “I feel safe in Tewin. I can ride my bike around the village and visit all my friends.”
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Tyler’s work is now on display at the Carrington Grange development sales information centre in Upper Green Road.
The competition was organised by developer Taylor Wimpey.
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