Top draw! Dylan wins anti-litter design competition
PUBLISHED: 20:28 19 July 2019 | UPDATED: 10:13 20 July 2019
Sudbury youngster Dylan Adams is top of the class after winning a school art competition.
He came up with the winning design for an anti-litter competition that saw 800 entries by children across the Sudbury area.
This year's theme was 'say no to litter' and Dylan, from Pot Kiln Primary School in Great Cornard, will see his design made into car stickers, banners and placed on the side of a dustcart.
It was also placed on a cake for nine-year-old Dylan's classmates by Weston's bakery in Sudbury.
The competition is organised by Sudbury Town Council's Street Wardens.
Supervisor Bradley Smith said: "As ever the standard of entries was very high and it was extremely hard to draw up a shortlist, so well done to everyone who took part and to Dylan for winning.
"It's certainly a popular competition, this year we were inundated by sponsors wanting to support it."
Bradley thanked sponsors Tesco, Rotary, Weston's bakery, WS Training, Steel Power, McDonalds, auto innovations, Idverde, Babergh, SALC, The Works.