ONE talented pupil from Widnes has been crowned the winner of the police and crime commissioner Christmas card competition.

After the annual contest was announced this year, children from primary school’s all over Cheshire sent in their festive designs with the hope of theirs being chosen as the official design for the PCC’s Christmas card.

Fairfield Primary pupil Oscar Riley’s artistic flare won him the top spot this year.

He submitted an impressive design of a Christmas tree surrounded by stars and lights.

Along with a ‘Merry Christmas’ sign beneath the tree.

The police and crime commissioner of Cheshire, John Dwyer, chose Oscar as his winner for this year’s competition and the design will now feature on all his Christmas cards.