Burrowmoor pupil Mia, 4, wins colouring competition

14:09 28 April 2014

Colouring competition winner, Mia (4) with Harrison Murray March branch sales manager, Nicola Roberts.

Colouring competition winner, Mia (4) with Harrison Murray March branch sales manager, Nicola Roberts.

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The young winner of an estate agency’s colouring competition has been announced.

Burrowmoor preschool with their arty entries and Harrison Murray March branch sales manager, Nicola RobertsBurrowmoor preschool with their arty entries and Harrison Murray March branch sales manager, Nicola Roberts

Pupils at Burrowmoor pre-school in March took part in the competition run by Harrison Murray, which was won by four-year-old Mia.

Sales manager at the March branch, Nicola Roberts, said: “The children have had a lot of fun putting their designs together. “It’s been a lovely community initiative to get involved in and it’s really got the creative juices flowing.

“We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part – from the Burrowmoor staff through to the children who put together some fantastic pictures.”

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