Looking ahead to the Rugby World Cup, children were asked to come up with a flowerbed design to reflect the true spirit of the competition.

Many children took part, producing creative and colourful designs.

St Charles Borromeo Catholic Primary School, Weybridge, was the clear winner with the first, second and third places going to the school.

Jacob, 10, won first place with his picture of a rugby ball on a symmetrical coloured background Second place went to Thomas, nine, who drew a colourful representation of the Webb Ellis Cup on a St George's flag.

Amina, eight, got third place for her use of colour making her design stand out.

Councillor Mary Sheldon, portfolio holder for leisure and culture, said: "The high number of entries clearly demonstrates that children are looking forward to the event. This competition is a wonderful platform for young residents to express their talent.

"Many congratulations to all participations for their brilliant entires. I am very much looking forward to seeing Jacob's creation transformed from paper to plant."

Jacob, Thomas and Amina will help unveil the finished flowerbed in Churchfields recreation ground, Weybridge.