An Alfreton school pupil has bagged a big prize in an art competition organised by the town’s Tesco store to tell customers about their Click & Collect Groceries online shopping service.
Alix Wilson (10), of Christ The King Catholic Primary School, won £250 for the school, plus a £25 Tesco gift card for herself.
But the best prize of all was seeing the winning artwork printed on 250 re-usable jute shopping bags which will now be distributed free to parents and children at the winning school.
Alix, accompanied by classmates, family and school staff, visited the Click &Collect unit at Tesco Alfreton to pick up their prize.
Schoolchildren had been asked by the tesco.com team to design an eye-catching picture to go alongside the Click& Collect design to promote the new service in which shoppers can order groceries online and arrange to pick them up in the store at a time to suit them.
The in-store collection service is the first of its kind in Alfreton.
Alix’s entry was selected by judges for its colour, impact, sense of fun and style.
The Click& Collect service is already a big hit with busy customers who want their grocery shopping picked and packed but don’t have the time to wait at home for a delivery.
Customers who would like help placing their first order can call Tesco’s dedicated UK based call centre for new customers on 0845 0700811.
Pictured are Alix and teacher Megan Langley with store manager Paul Dickinson, showing off the winning design on the specially printed bags.