A supermarket giant in Daventry has launched a competition for primary school children.
The Tesco store in New Street is currently creating a community room and it is hoping children can design a piece of art work that can be displayed in the new room.
There is a number of criteria for children looking to enter the competition that they must stick to when submitting entries.
The supermarket’s community champion, Michele Hawes, said: “The measurements for the new artwork will be 2.5 feet high by 4 feet wide.
“We are asking all local schools to submit their designs on an A3 piece of paper with a description of the materials being used, their contact details and class age.
“We would love to then pick a first second and third place and they would then make the piece of artwork for our store.
“As a prize we would like to invite the winning school’s artists to the grand opening of our community room to see their work of art displayed for the whole community to see.”
The winners of the art competition will be drawn on Monday, March 9 and entries to have their artwork displayed in the new community room have to be submitted to Mrs Hawes before Friday, March 6.
Mrs Hawes added: “We are looking to have our grand opening of the community room when it is finished on Wednesday, March 25.”