AN ARTISTIC youngster from Hucknall showed plenty of spark to win a competition to design her very own Guy Fawkes in the spirit of Bonfire Night.
Chloe Sadler (ten), of Hucknall National Primary School, starred in a nationwide contest run by the Crown Carveries chain of pubs and restaurants.
She entered through the Hole In The Wall at Underwood.
Chloe, of Hanson Crescent, impressed judges at the local stage and won ‘pennies for her Guy’ — in the shape of £50 worth of art equipment for her school on Montague Road — and a free meal for her family.
Liz Youngman, head teacher at Hucknall National Primary, said: “I’m pleased Chloe’s won and delighted at her effort — not to mention thrilled to win the prize for the school.”
Lee Hogan, manager at the Hole In Whe Wall pub, said: “Crown Carveries had more than 250 entries across the county but Chloe’s design really stood out and we will be delighted to give her the royal treatment when she comes to claim her prize.
“We’ll also be proudly displaying her winning design inside the restaurant.”
Unfortunately Chloe, who is a member of the Dispatch Riders children’s club, missed out on victory in the national final, which was decided through a vote on the social-networking website Facebook.
The competition was open to schools across the country and Chloe was one of seven regional winners chosen for the final vote.
OUR PHOTO shows Chloe with her design and Mr Hogan at the Hole In The Wall at Underwood.