THE three winners of the city council's Key Worker Scarecrow Challenge have been announced.

The challenge was launched by Salisbury City Council to celebrate the work done up and down the country by key workers.

Residents of Salisbury and surrounding parishes were invited to use their imaginations and create a scarecrow dressed as one of the essential workers.

The competition was divided into three age groups - under 10s, under 16s and adults.

The winners are the Ashton family in the adults category, seven-year-old Levi Rawkins in the under-10s category, and 14-year-old Max Tooze in the under 16s category.