Luke walks away with top prize

winner: A pupil at St Mary's Primary School in Osbaldeston won first prize in a colouring competition organised by the Blackburn branch of the National Farmers' Union. Nine-year-old Luke was presented with a radio-controlled model John Deere tractor by branch president Graham Young. The competition had more than 700 entries and St Mary's pupils won three of the top prizes.
winner: A pupil at St Mary's Primary School in Osbaldeston won first prize in a colouring competition organised by the Blackburn branch of the National Farmers' Union. Nine-year-old Luke was presented with a radio-controlled model John Deere tractor by branch president Graham Young. The competition had more than 700 entries and St Mary's pupils won three of the top prizes.

A NINE-YEAR-OLD schoolboy can proudly show off his artistic fingers after winning a regional competition.

Luke, who attends St Mary’s Primary School, Osbaldeston, beat more than 700 entrants to take the top award in a “colour a farmer/tractor scene” competition.

The contest was organised by the Blackburn branch of the NFU and saw two other winners from St Mary’s Primary scooping prizes. Commenting on Luke’s design, one of the judges said: “The attention to detail was second to none!”