A FLINTSHIRE youngster has won a competition to design a Halloween costume that will now be sold in a supermarket.
Kelsey Jones, 10, from Connah’s Quay was named by Morrisons as the winner of their Halloween costume competition and now her winning design based on vampires and princesses will be rolled out across their stores in time for next year’s Halloween.
Kelsey, a Wepre Primary School pupil, beat children from across the UK aged from two to 12-years-old.
The costume has now been tailor-made just for her and Kelsey took part in a special photo shoot to mark the occasion at Morrisons in Connah’s Quay, where she modelled her winning costume.
The winning vampire-princess outfit will be available from October 2014 and will sit alongside the other Halloween decorations and costumes, meaning girls across the UK can get Kelsey’s look.
Competition judge Cara Dennison, a buyer for Morrisons, said: “Kelsey’s design stood out for us due to her keen eye for detail; her love for drawing really shone through.
“We’re delighted to bring Kelsey’s design to life and are looking forward to stocking it in our stores next year.”