The character of Winslow was captured in artwork created by talented schoolchildren.
More than 500 primary school pupils took part in a competition organised by Bloor Homes.
The housebuilder, whose Winslow Grange development is located in the town, invited youngsters to depict what they love about the area for its Perfect Place competition.
First prize was awarded to Cordy Walker, 6, from East Claydon Primary School, whose entry showed the tree-lined streets of the charming market town. She received a £50 token from Bloor Homes and was presented with £200 of art supplies for pupils at the school to enjoy.
Anne Booth, Headteacher at East Claydon Primary and Pre School added: “We’re absolutely thrilled that our school has been named a winner of the Bloor Homes Perfect Place competition in the South Midlands, thanks to the entry by Cordy. Winslow is a great place to live and it’s brilliant that this has been recognised through the competition. All the children thoroughly enjoyed taking part and we look forward to working with Bloor Homes again in the future.”