Youngsters pick up their prizes

Layton McNeall and Leon King of KFC
Layton McNeall and Leon King of KFC

FOUR youngsters have happy memories of the summer after collecting prizes won in a seasonal competion.

As part Burgess Hill’s Big Summer of Fun, they were winners of the Treasure Hunt and Design your own Ice Cream Competitions that ran during the summer holidays.

Layton McNeall, six, and Emily Jane, four, both from Burgess Hill, won the Treasure Hunt Competition. Layton won a Playmobil Pirate Ship donated by KFC Burgess Hill and Emily won a Gift Hamper donated by Tinkerbell’s Gift Shop. Entrants had to spot six ‘gold coins’ in shop windows around the town centre.

Daisy McLellan, age nine, of Burgess Hill and Bradley Karkar, age eight, of Haywards Heath won the Design your own Ice Cream Competition.

Orgasiers say judging was very difficult so two winners were picked, Daisy’s Super Honeycomb Swirl Delight and Bradley’s Krypton Ice Cream. Both of the winners had their dream ice cream flavour made up by local company Loaf Catering for them to try at home. Burgess Hill graphic designers Sublime Live created Daisy and Bradley’s label designs to go on the tubs of ice cream.

The Big Summer of Fun was organised by Burgess Hill Town Centre Partnership. Details of future events organised by the Town Centre Partnership can be found at or on Facebook /teamburgesshill.