A SHARP-eyed schoolgirl from Melksham has won the first prize in the Windows on Nature Art Trail competition.

Nine-year-old Lily Berry spotted Tomas the Toucan perched in the window of the BeeTees Café Bar in Trowbridge during a visit to the town.

Lily was visiting Trowbridge with her father Craig Berry and twins Isabelle and Isaac aged four to spend their birthday money.

Mum Adele Rogers, 33, said: “Lily doesn’t miss a trick. She’s very sharp-eyed. She spotted the toucan during a visit to the café on Saturday morning to get a drink.

“She and the twins went in with their dad to spend their birthday money.

“Lily was very excited she saw him. When they rang up to say they had seen the toucan, they didn’t realise they were the first to spot him and that they had won a prize.”

The organisers of the Windows on Nature Art Trail presented the family with a bag of goodies from the local Asda superstore.

Megan Witty, who has organised the art trail on behalf of Trowbridge Chamber of Commerce and event sponsors MHA Monahan says Tomas the Toucan will be moved to a new location every week.

The trail began on June 5 and is scheduled to run until September 1. More than 25 artists, photographers, sculptors and schools are taking part.

The aim of the trail is to raise awareness of the impact of climate change on the world’s environment, including nature and wildlife.

Tomas the Toucan is also pictured with Megan Witty in Toucan Street on Trowbridge’s Southview Park housing development.