Friday Bridge boy awarded for his My Little Pony masterpiece with free cinema tickets

PUBLISHED: 16:56 28 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:56 28 November 2017

Fenn Wright-Ward wins free cinema tickets in Specsavers competition for his My Little Pony artwork.

Fenn Wright-Ward wins free cinema tickets in Specsavers competition for his My Little Pony artwork.

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A five year old budding artist has taken home free cinema tickets after winning a Specsavers competition in Wisbech.

Fenn Wright-Ward of Friday Bridge took part in the My Little Pony colouring competition organised by the Wisbech branch.

The competition was setup to help promote the store’s exclusive range of My Little Pony glasses. It was open to everyone aged 10 years and under and ran for two weeks.

After receiving dozens of submissions, the store narrowed down potential winners and chose Fenn’s artwork as the winner. He won four tickets for a film of his choice, donated by the Light Cinema.

After winning, Fenn said: “I’m excited to see the My Little Pony film as it is all about building friendships”

Mike Avery, Specsavers Wisbech store director, said: “We would like to congratulate all the children who sent in such brilliant artwork.

“We chose Fenn as the winner because his picture was fun, full of colour and it was evident that he had put a lot of time and effort into making his picture perfect.”


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