Brighouse High School pupil Maisie Carter, has won a national competition that has seen her artwork wrapped around the entire outside of a new RSPCA van.
The 12-year-old school girl entered the unique competition for the charity that called for children from across the country to design the exterior of a fleet of RSPCA vans.
Her winning design was picked by judges from the RSPCA and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, turned into a ‘wrap’ by expert graphic designers and then applied to the outside of the van.
The Volkswagen Crafter van has not only been wrapped with Maisie’s design, but has also had its huge cargo space specially converted for the specific needs of the RSPCA, ensuring the animals are transported in comfort.
Head of Fleet for Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Chris Black said: “Working in partnership with Britain’s businesses and organisations is really important to us and it’s fantastic to know that these vans will be doing such vital work.
“This competition is one of a kind and we’re very excited to see Maisie’s design on one of our vans.”