Freya is the colouring champ in police poster competition in Bottisham
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Congratulation were sent to creative eight year old Freya Ingle of Bottisham Brownies who won a police colouring competition.
PCSO Maria Robinson launched a competition to create a poster to promote crime safety.
Freya’s entry was judged to be the best of the bunch by PC Ali Mckenzie - and Freya has won a bundle of goodies including a high visibility jacket, a flashing braclet and glow in the dark stickers.
PCSO Robinson said: “There were some wonderful posters produced so it was difficult to judge the winner.
“This one really caught PC McKenzie’s eye because it is so bold and the characters are so well drawn.”
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The whole Brownie pack took part and will be rewarded with their crime prevention badges.
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