A local school girl, Holly Kelly, has been spending her time creating her latest school project, which showcases her dad’s Asda truck.
Holly, who is seven years old and in year two at Wrotham Road Primary School, was tasked by her teacher, Miss Hales, with creating a 3D poster about transport.
Hollys’ dad, Kevin Kelly, 35, has worked at Asda Erith CDC as a lorry driver for 11 years, whilst Holly’s mum, Kelly, 31, has worked at Asda’s Gravesend store for 6 years.
Kevin said: “Holly chose my lorry because it’s bright and large. Holly absolutely loves Asda, and whether she sees a lorry on the road or visits the store, she always has a smile on her face.
“The project was challenging and Holly had to be very creative, spending a whole day making the lorry out of a shoebox, a cereal box and toilet roll tubes. Safe to say she didn’t get her creativity from me!
Mrs Green, Head Teacher at Wrotham Road Primary School, said: “Holly is a very imaginative student and has presented her project in assembly as we were so impressed with her creativity.
“Holly is always talking about Asda and how she enjoys visiting her mum in store or seeing her dad’s truck drive by – now she’ll be able to see it on the wall in the classroom!”