Specsavers opticians in Exeter were deligted with the entries from budding young artists who got creative in an Easter-themed colouring competition.
Specsavers' Exeter store, located at 247 High Street, called on primary school children to get crafty and create a bespoke Easter egg, with the winner receiving an art kit and other Easter goodies.
Staff set up a designated area for children who visit the store to colour in their own design and have it displayed on a special Easter-themed wall.
Jonathan Baumber, store director said: ‘We loved seeing the children’s creations. It’s was also a great opportunity for children to visit us in store and learn about the importance of eye health and the benefits of eye examinations from an early age.’
The store was inundated with entries and chose six winners who were over the moon to receive Easter chocolate prizes.