Great Gusto Food Superhero challenge...
The Great Gusto Food Superhero challenge asked young diners at local pubs The One Bull, The Cadogan or The Crown to use their creativity and some crayons to come up with an imaginative food superhero, complete with a name and superhero powers.
The winners are:
The One Bull – Jess Lewis (age 10) for Flossie Flash who is super fast and shoots sticky candy floss, Jemima (age 6) for Fruit Girl who throws fruit into the mouth of anyone eating an unhealthy snack and Georgina (age 3) for Flavour Girl and her Flavour Machine who adds delicious flavour to food.
The Cadogan - Megan (age 11) for Bubble Gum Girl who traps villains in bubble gum, Harriet Sykes (age 8) for Super Blueberry who knocks people out for an hour and can fly and Austin Speed (age 4) for Noodle Boy who shoots out laser noodles.
The Crown – Amelia Clarke (age 6) for Captain Carrot who can fly and Mr Strong Apple who has super strength and Oscar (age 1) for Potato Man who mashes and crushes baddies.
The competition ran throughout the summer holidays at The One Bull, at The Cadogan and at The Crown. Each child wins a £50 voucher to treat their family to a meal at one of the pubs and their pictures are on display online on the pub blogs.
The competition was the brainchild of Daisy (age 10) and Lola (age 7), daughters of Gusto Pronto’s owners David & Roxane Marjoram.
The pubs tweeted their best entries each week during August using #TheGreatGustoFoodSuperhero.
Roxane Marjoram said ‘We all had a lot of fun during this competition. It was great to see the entries coming in each week and there are certainly some talented young artists out there.’