Primary school children have been working with a homes developer to design and create their dream home.

Using Miller Homes' Oakwood design as a template, the children of St John’s C.E. Primary in Cliviger made use of arts and crafts to design their dream homes for a recent colouring competition.

Lancashire Telegraph: Ava Aspden

Three winners were chosen then from the year four and five classes, with Elsie Whitehall, Harry Lambert and Ava Aspden receiving arts and crafts goodies as their prizes, all provided by Miller Homes.

Sales Director of Miller Homes North West, Clare Noakes, said: “We loved the designs that the kids come up with and thought they did a very good job of designing our Oakwood homes.

"A big congratulations to the winners.”

Lancashire Telegraph: Harry Lambert

Deputy Headteacher of St John’s C.E.Primary Robert Klee, added: “It was great to work with Miller Homes on this colouring competition and we look forward to working with one another again in the future.

"The pupils really enjoyed designing their dream homes.”

Miller Homes also recently announced it will be making contributions of over £1.3m to the Cliviger area, which will be spent in areas such as education and affordable housing.

Lancashire Telegraph: Elsie Whitehall,

One such development being The Calders, which features a range of three and bedroom homes.

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