A FOUR-year-old is celebrating after winning a competition aimed at spreading some positivity during the coronvirus crisis.

Tommy, the Godson of Bluebird Care South Somerset’s deputy manager Alissa Pope, entered an art contest run by the national care company - and was named one of the winners.

He had to draw, paint or colour his own Bluebird and received digital high street vouchers for his efforts.

Tommy said he wanted to draw the picture because he loves arts and crafts.

Usually, his godmother might do this with him, but he cannot see her due to the lock-down and he said he really misses her.

“I like bluebirds, we feed the birds in the garden and my friend is a Bluebird, I miss her,” he said.

Tommy said he is very excited to spend his prize money, and has his sights set on buying a Jackson Storm Racetrack, an Iron Man and some blueberries for his brother, Charlie.

Alissa added: “Tommy’s picture is amazing; I am so proud of him for winning the competition.

“The photo of him holding up his artwork made so many of us at Bluebird Care so happy and really brightened our days.

“I can’t wait to see my special friend Tommy again.”