A schoolgirl from Thame has won a national road safety poster competition.
Sophie Bryant, nine, a pupil at Barley Hill Primary School won the competition after designing the poster to coincide with National Road Safety Week. Sophie won a banner of her design to display at the school as well as a trophy.
In addition, every pupil at the school gets a high visibility drawstring bag.
Headteacher Anne Stopforth said: “Road safety is an important issue for our school and we’re grateful to Recognition Express for this competition, which has provided a fun way of engaging the children about the subject.
“They have made a huge effort and I think their designs communicate very well the importance of road safety.”