Pupils' designs wait for Charles' stamp of approval
Two Westcountry schoolchildren could see their designs become a First or Second Class stamp this Christmas after reaching the final of a Royal Mail competition.
Rosie Hargreaves, aged 10, from Ermington Primary School in Ivybridge, is one of 24 finalists in the Christmas Stamp Design Competition.
Finn Alexander, aged six, from Stoke St Gregory School in Taunton, has also reached the final, following his response to the question 'What does the Christmas season mean to you?'
Both entries, which were selected ahead of more than 240,000 others, will now be scrutinised by Prince Charles and an esteemed judging panel and could become a First or Second Class stamp.
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To celebrate the success, the youngsters will also appear on a special postmark that will feature on mail delivered to addresses nationwide.