August 15, 2014 9.37 am This story is over 88 months old

Lincoln boy wins police Cultural Diversity Day competition

Eagle-eyed: A young boy from a Lincoln village got a visit from police after winning competition at a police diversity day.

A seven-year-old boy from North Hykeham got a visit from police after winning a Lincolnshire Police Spot the Difference competition at a diversity day.

William Eddleston won the competition whilst visiting the Cultural Diversity Day at Lincoln City FC on August 8 with his family.

He managed to find all 12 difference in the pictures, so claimed the top prize of a teddy bear in a Lincolnshire Police tshirt.

PCSOs Horace Squire, Gary Jacobs, Craig Mobbs and Police Cadet Charlie Burrows visited William, his younger sister Isabel and mum Emma at their home to give him his prize.

PSCO Squire said: “We’re thrilled to have met William and really pleased he won the competition.

“Not only that, we’re also really pleased that he was at the Cultural Diversity Day with his family, because the more people who attend the more chance we have to celebrate our diverse communities and get to know one another.

“We hope to see William and his family at future events, as well as many more members of the public.”

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