A Harleston Primary pupil is celebrating after winning hundreds of pounds for his school in a nationwide competition.
The national Giving Nature a Home contest was organised by JDP, a stockist of civil and drainage products that has a store in Eye.
The task was to produce their dream design for a mini-beast mansion that could be used by small animals, insects or creepy crawlies – for example spiders, butterflies, caterpillars, snails, ladybirds or even frogs, toads and hedgehogs.
Year 4 pupil Bradley Cooper, aged eight, was chosen as the overall winner of the South East heat of the competition and wins £500 for his school towards an environmental project.
Bradley was also presented with £20 gift voucher.
He now goes on to compete in the national finals where he could win a further £1000 for his school.
Harleston headteacher Roger Walsh said: “The children were really engaged and enjoyed working on the topic very much.
“We are really proud of Bradley and his winning design.”
JDP regional manager Chris White added: “They all used their flair and imagination to get creative with the task, but when judging the entries, Bradley’s design in particular stood out for their artistic originality.”
Pictured is Bradley with his design and vouchers, and headteacher Roger Walsh.