TWO talented children in Sutton have won an Easter egg art competition.

Rushy Meadows Primary Academy students, Briana Matei, 6, and Lacey-Rae Whittington, 9, have been announced as Barratt London’s Easter competition winners.

To enter the competition, Barratt London asked children across London to take inspiration from its very own Hayes Village chocolate factory, which used to be the international home of Nestlé, and design their own Easter egg on paper.

Almost 200 children entered the competition, a number of which were from Rushy Meadows Primary Academy, local to the housebuilder’s New Mill Quarter development in Wallington.

Barratt London

Barratt London

Two of the most imaginative entries from the school were announced as some of the lucky 50 winners who were invited to take part in a Nestlé-themed virtual Easter egg making masterclass hosted by an expert chocolatier, with all the delicious ingredients included.

Pam Reardon, Sales and Marketing Director at Barratt East London said: “A massive congratulations to all our winners, we have had some wonderful designs sent in over the last couple of weeks and it was so hard to pick just 50 to win.

"We hope the children enjoyed making their Easter eggs inspired by Nestlé.”

The masterclass took place virtually on Saturday, April 3.