Nine-year-old Issy Spencer, a pupil at The Royal School in Windsor, won an Easter inspired colouring competition which sees her finished picture made into a full size poster and displayed in the window of the store.
Inundated with entries
The store launched the Easter colouring competition for primary schools across Windsor in February and was inundated with entries from children aged eight to nine.
High visibility vests
As well as displaying Issy Spencer’s picture in the window, the store donated 30 high visibility fluorescent jackets to The Royal School which will help Issy Spencer and her fellow pupils to be easily seen when they are on school trips or when they walk to and from school.
Excited and proud
Issy Spencer says: ‘I love drawing and colouring so it was good fun to enter the Specsavers competition. I can’t believe that I won and my picture is now in the store window for everyone to see. It’s so exciting and I feel really proud!’
Rupal Patel, store director of Specsavers in Windsor continues: ‘It was really difficult to choose a winner from the hundreds of entries we received but we definitely chose the right one – Issy Spencer’s picture looks fantastic in our window.’
The store also chose a runner up, nine year old Aaliyah Bennett who won 30 high visibility jackets for her school Eton Wick C of E First School.