"FEARSOME" creations have been made by school children.

As part of the Prestatyn Flower Show Schools Competition, pupils were asked to create a Dragon using recyclable materials.

A total of 12 were designed.

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Bodnant Community School l-r Matilda, Rhys, Sophie

The schools placings are as follows: Bodnant Community School 1st Matilda Hall; 2nd Sophia Smith and 3rd Rhys Donnelly.

Ysgol Clawdd Offa 1st Harry Wilford-Tiernan; 2nd Lola Edwards and 3rd CeCe Walsh.

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Ysgol Clawdd Offa models by l-r Harry, CeCe, Lola

Ysgol Melyd 1st Nia Benson; 2nd Kerry Lee Jones and 3rd Eleri Benson and Ysgol Y Llys - 1st Hayden Ollerhead; Isla Edwards 2nd and Marttha Canty, 3rd.

The first prize winners from each school were then entered into the Prestatyn Flower Show Competition. Results are: Nia Benson 1st, Harry Wilford-Tiernan 2nd and Matilda Hall 3rd.

Highly Commended Hayden Ollerhead.

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Ysgol Melyd Kerry Lee, Nia, Eleri

Business owners in Prestatyn High Street will be hosting the results of the Prestatyn Flower Show Schools Competition.

Pauline Mylchreest, Prestatyn Flower Show organiser, said: "Dragons was the theme chosen to celebrate the 25th Prestatyn Flower Show and has proved to be popular, judging by the inventive and imaginative use of materials, some of which were recycled.

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Ysgol Y Llys 2 l-r models by Hayden, Marttha, Isla

"The judge, Pam Burne-Jones faced a difficult challenge when faced with such a high standard but choices, though hard, had to be made.

"All those who entered have received their well-deserved prizes and certificates and the Prestatyn Flower Show Committee congratulate them on their artistic skills."

A dragon hunt is being held.

After July 23, residents can collect an entry form available at Bon,121 High Street, Prestatyn.

The first three correct entries drawn out on August 12 will receive a small prize.

Prestatyn Flower Show will be held on July 26 and 27. Visit www.prestatynflowershow.co.uk