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Lynn Mart colouring entries dazzle the judges




Children who got their crayons and pens out and entered the Lynn Mart schools colouring competition set the judges a tough task.

Colleen Roper, of Future4fairgrounds, who came up with the idea, said: "The standard of entries was very high and it was a very difficult choice.

"Our winners, Elsa, from Hunstanton Primary School, and Sophie, from Gayton Primary School, both used colours so beautifully."

A winning entry from Elsa, of Hunstanton Primary School
A winning entry from Elsa, of Hunstanton Primary School

Her team of fellow fairground operators had organised the competition for primary schools when they heard there would be no Mart at Lynn this year because of lockdown. They wanted to give youngsters a chance to enjoy some of the colour of the fair from their homes.

Colleen said: "We were thrilled to see the amount of interest in our schools project and hopefully next year when Lynn Mart returns we will see those children and their families enjoying the colour of the fairground and making memories together."

The winners each get a £10 book token.

Mart colouring competition winner from Sophie, from Gayton School
Mart colouring competition winner from Sophie, from Gayton School


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