Young artists at Stoke Climsland Primary School have come top in an annual competition run by the Callington Lions.
Each year, as part of Honey Fair, the Lions Club invites local primary school children to submit paintings and artwork which are displayed on fair day in Callington Town Hall.
The theme this year was the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations and more than 750 entries were received.
Pupils from Stoke Climsland Primary won seven individual prizes, as well as helping their school become overall art champions for 2016.
The school will also receive £60 from Callington Lions.
‘The standard this year was very high, making for difficult choices,’ said Lion Ken Aspinall.
‘Stoke Climsland last won in 1995, so it was good to see their name back on the trophy again. Thank you to headteacher Ms Sian Vaughan and all the staff for their support.’