An Aberdeen pupil’s artistic skills are set to be admired by hundreds of bus passengers after she scooped top prize in a competition.
The entry by Jenny Lee, 11, was chosen from 200 other pupils at Kingswells Primary, who were tasked with creating a piece of art that showed the benefits of public transport.
The contest was run by bus firm Stagecoach and the winning entry will be on display for passengers to see on the number 14 service between Aberdeen and Kingswells.
Head teacher Moira McIver said: “All of the children did a fantastic job creating their entries for the competition and I look forward to seeing Jenny’s winning design on the buses.”
Ian Bell, operations manager for Stagecoach North Scotland, added: “It was hard to narrow it down to just one winner. Jenny’s drawing encompasses many great reasons to opt for bus travel, highlighting eco-friendly travel and the ease of taking the bus to school.
“We are delighted with the amount of interest.”