Specsavers in Warminster has welcomed the winners of its My Little Pony colouring competition into the store to coincide with the launch of new range of frames inspired by the My Little Pony movie.
A word from the store director
Store director, Martyn Thomas, said: ‘At Specsavers, we know that having an eye test and getting glasses may be a bit of a daunting prospect for little ones, so we try to make the experience as enjoyable as possible, which is why we hosted our recent colouring competition.
‘We love the new My Little Pony frames, and we hope our younger customers feel the same. The colouring competition was a great way to encourage and showcase the artistic abilities of children in the town and we hope our winners enjoy their much-deserved prizes.’
Georgia Airey, aged nine, won first prize in the store’s colouring competition, for her flawless, neatly coloured-in, pony picture. She collected her £20 cinema voucher in store, so she can now go and watch My Little Pony on the big screen.
Second prize went to Trinity Clarke, aged six, who coloured in the pony with beautiful colours. In third place was Florence Bull, age four, who used jewels and sparkles, showing her artistic and creative flair at a young age.
All entrants were delighted to receive a free Specsavers goody bag which included: a hi-vis jacket, a frisbee, crayons, sweets, arts and crafts goodies, a height chart and a balloon.