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Children’s creative ideas used for murals

Official opening of the exhibition. Councillor Claude Mole cuts the ribbon

Official opening of the exhibition. Councillor Claude Mole cuts the ribbon

A new exhibition of murals created by two artists with the help of school children has been launched at Pocklington Arts Centre.

The work by artists Jan Haskins and Kate Nobleis is on display at the venue until the end of August. Pocklington Provincial ward councillor Claude Mole officially opened the exhibition.

Jan and Kate have held a series of workshops at Pocklington Community Junior School this year involving all pupils, starting with each child drawing images that represent what school means to them.

Jan, keen to build on the work of the pupils, used the children’s creative and inspirational ideas to design each mural.

Full story in next week’s (14 August) Pocklington Post.

 

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