Talented youngsters have been hitting the headlines while getting to grips with the world of estate agency.
Pupils from the Gorefield Primary School took up the challenge from Harrison Murray to paint a picture of their own or an imaginary house.
The winning entries were chosen by Harrison Murray director Charlie Green, who is based at the company’s branch in the town, during a recent visit to the school.
As well as the winners receiving Easter eggs, the creative students have their grand designs displayed in the Harrison Murray branch window, and they will also appear in the company’s newspaper advertising.
Charlie said: “This is a real fun part of the job. Harrison Murray has always engaged with the local community, and with schools in particular, and the take up from the school for this challenge was overwhelming.
“The children put so much thought and creativity into the project and it was a difficult task to choose only a handful of winners – the entries were of such a high standard.”
The paintings are on display at the Harrison Murray Wisbech branch in Bridge Street.
Pictured are budding painters from Gorefield School collecting their prizes from Charlie Green.