Have Tic Tac will travel!
The novelty of taking a tiny treat on its holidays was a big hit with staff and students at Aidan’s Church of England Technology College Preesall.
And now Bella Snowdon, 14, is enjoying the sweet taste of success.
By spending 50p each on buying a Tic Tac to take on their travels and treats, the school raised £120..
Teacher Joanne Rossall, whose form K7 sponsors Happy House kid Linus, organised the competition with a prize for the student who took their sweet on the most exciting journey.
And Happy House UK voluntary coordinator, Elizabeth Gomm, was delighted to present winner Bella with her prize.
Bella adopted two Tic Tacs which she named Topsy and Tim.
She compiled a stunning journal of their travels together which included illustrations, graphics, words and souvenir tickets, leaflets etc.
They went to Cadbury’s World, Birmingham; met the animals at New Holly Farm, Forton, enjoyed trips to the cinema, Stanley Park and Guys Thatched Hamlet, plus lots more.
Bella’s detailed account of their adventures together netted her a £10 gift token, donated by Mrs Rossall, who was absolutely thrilled with the response from all those who took part.
Elizabeth said: “Thank you St Aidan's, you have come up trumps for our family once again.”