Children at Market Drayton Junior School were invited to take part in a Room of the Future competition, organised by the homebuilder.
Situated close to David Wilson’s Drayton Meadows development, the pupils were asked to look to the future and design a room that they believed would be possible in years to come.
Georgina Hall, sales manager at David Wilson Homes Mercia, said: “The children at Market Drayton Junior School are the future generation of homebuilders, and it’s important for them to use their creativity to inspire new and innovative designs.
“The pupils’ entries were so amazing, that we couldn’t just pick one. After narrowing it down to seven drawings, we finally managed to choose a first, second, and third place.”
The winner was ten-year-old Lucy Dixon from year five, whose unicorn-adorned room included an endless