Susannah, 10, wins Harrison Murray competition with ‘inventive and fun’ design

PUBLISHED: 07:00 24 March 2016

Proud Susannah Beston (right) shows off her design on a for sale board, alongside highly commended entrants Thea Woodhouse and Max Hancox-Wilkes

Proud Susannah Beston (right) shows off her design on a for sale board, alongside highly commended entrants Thea Woodhouse and Max Hancox-Wilkes

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Ten-year-old Susannah Beston is celebrating after her creative ‘for sale’ sign was picked as the top design in a competition.

Kingsfield pupil Susannah won a £50 voucher and, each time the sign is used at a home Harrison Murray Esstate Agency has for sale in Chatteris and surrounding areas, the schools will each receive a £25 donation.

Thea Woodhouse and Max Hancox-Wilkes, who both attend Glebelands, were highly commended for their designs.

The competition, organised by the Chatteris branch, was open to youngsters from Kingsfield and Glebelands Primary Schools.

Sharon Aylward, sales manager, said: “We wanted to do something a bit different, that would capture the children’s imagination and allow them to get involved.

“We were delighted with the number of entries, all of which were worthy of winning; but we opted for Susannah’s design because it is inventive and fun.”


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