Tomy Europe’s Britains Farm Toys has revealed the winner of the ‘Britains Got Talent’, a nationwide competition to find a face for its 2014 toy collection.
Seth Preedy, a five year old from Bloxham in Oxford, has won the competition which was supported by the NFU and covered by The Sun newspaper.
The competition was open to farm loving children aged between five and nine and Preedy came top of the tree after submitting a picture of himself holding a chicken.
In his application form he wrote, ”I love farming because I love to watch the big tractors and combine harvesters in the fields. I love waving to the tractor drivers when I see them drive through the village. I also love collecting the eggs from our chickens and walking through muddy fields”
The competition kick-starts a year-long round of activity for Britains Farm Toys with the NFU. The partnership will also see Britains supporting the NFU’s Let’s Talking Farming Roadshow and Farming Delivers campaign later this summer.