‘We are very proud’ – Royston schoolgirl Evie wins Tesco drawing competition

Evie O'Connor, eight, Tannery Drift First School in Royston, with her winning bag design and her fri

Evie O'Connor, eight, Tannery Drift First School in Royston, with her winning bag design and her friends Phoebe Draper, Oscar Jacklin, Caitlin Goudie and Eloise Childerley. Photo: Richard Eaton - Credit: Richard Eaton

An eight-year-old Royston schoolgirl’s art now graces a supermarket’s bags for life after she won a healthy eating drawing competition.

Evie O'Connor, eight, Tannery Drift First School in Royston, with her winning Tesco bag for life des

Evie O'Connor, eight, Tannery Drift First School in Royston, with her winning Tesco bag for life design and her sister Laura, six. Photo: Richard Eaton - Credit: Richard Eaton

Evie O’Connor – pictured centre with the Tesco Extra hessian bags bearing her design, and friends Phoebe Draper, Oscar Jacklin, Caitlin Goudie and Eloise Childerley – goes to Tannery Drift School.

She has won a Junior Chefs’ Academy healthy eating workshop for her class and a £25 gift card for herself. Tannery Drift headteacher Anna Greetham said: “The pupils are all very excited that Evie won – and we are very proud.”


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