A group of kids have shown off their creative talents by winning the MyWandsworth poster competition.

Nearly 250 school children across the borough got stuck into the poster competition; to draw a picture of their favourite part of Wandsworth, celebrating what’s great about the area.

Councillors Steffi Sutters, cabinet member for community services and open spaces, who led the judging panel said: “It was great to see so many children take part in the competition.

"With so many strong entries, we had a really difficult choice to pick the winners.

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"What came through loud and clear is the real pride that all the children have in our borough."

Prizes for the competition, which include £200 for each of the winning schools to spend on activity that helps children take pride in the local area, were donated by Continental Landscapes, the borough's street cleaning contractor.

Here is a full list of winners:

4-6 age category

  • Penny Mountford, Honeywell Infant School (first prize winner)
  • Sidra Bano, Trinity St Mary's Primary School (runner up)
  • Ana Hulls, Honeywell Infant School (runner up)

7-9 age category

  • Ulu Perna, Swaffield Primary School (first prize winner)
  • Shasmeen Mahomed, Falconbrook Primary School (runner up)
  • Iqra Malik, Falconbrook Primary School (runner up)

10-11 age category

  • Sarai Albert, Trinity St Mary's Primary School (first prize winner)
  • Mercy Mondhlani, Falconbrook Primary School (runner up)
  • Noor Zahid, West Hill Primary School (runner up)