Eight lucky primary school pupils are the proud owners of new bikes after winning a competition.
They were selected from scores of entries from youngsters at 23 primary schools across west Oxfordshire who designed posters highlighting road safety for cyclists.
Cllr Norman MacRae, chairman of the district council, organised the competition.
He said: “The standard of entries was really high and it is encouraging to see so many young people becoming aware of the importance of road safety.
“It was also a fantastic surprise for the winners and I loved seeing how delighted they were to be given a new bike.”
As well as receiving a new bike, each of the eight children also had a helmet and bike lights.
Pictured is one of the winners, Thomas Wilby of St Peter’s School in Cassington.
The other winners are Bethany Sparrowhawk (Aston & Cote School), Jacob Peate (Gateway, Carterton), Evie Maunder (Holy Trinity, Chipping Norton), Ella Merry (Leafield), George Belcher (Middle Barton), Millie Walker (North Leigh) and Eloise Harkness (Wychwood).