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

PUBLISHED: 17:36 30 January 2017 | UPDATED: 18:24 30 January 2017

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

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

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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 design and her sister Laura, six.

 Photo: Richard EatonEvie 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

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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