PUPILS FROM HOLYWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL, BAG CASH FOR THEIR SCHOOL AFTER WINNING ROBINSON OPTICIANS’ POSTER COMPETITION

TWO pupils proved they had an eye for art after winning a Rubery opticians’ competition to design a poster promoting the importance of regular eye tests.

Robinson Opticians on New Road launched the competition for local primary schools, to challenge pupils to design a winning poster which would earn their school £100.

Two talented youngsters from Holywell Primary School won the prize, with Year 2 student Maisie Gauntlett, seven, named overall winner, and Year 5 pupil Cody Yates, 10, as runner up.

Director Ian Robinson said: “We had a fantastic response from Holywell School and we were very impressed with the standard of entries.

“The children’s posters have highlighted the importance of early eye tests, as undetected problems can impact a child’s development and education.

“We are a small family run practice and we find it rewarding to link up with our local community in this way.”
The winners also received a Robinson Opticians goody bag.

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