Children showcase lockdown arts and crafts

Barney Murch with his Lego rollercoaster.

Barney Murch with his Lego rollercoaster. - Credit: Archant

Readers have been sending in their craft projects and Lego structures they have been building during the lockdown.

Cody Hopcraft with Chaos.

Cody Hopcraft with Chaos. - Credit: Archant

Cody Hopcraft built a footballer from Duplo before creative his own impressive artwork entitled Chaos.

Summer Tanner, aged nine, has been drawing colourful rainbows to cheer people up during their daily walk.

James, Emma and Lucy Brown have been decorating their drive with a splash of positive colour therapy for passersby in Worle.

Barney Murch has been set a 30-day Lego challenge and is playing with the rollercoaster he created. Bring Into Being Arts and Health in the South West is sharing an inspirational theme with followers on Facebook each morning, asking them to design some artwork and then post it on twitter under #creativevirus

Cody with his Duplo model.

Cody with his Duplo model. - Credit: Archant


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Please send in any photos of the arts and crafts and activities you are doing so they can appear in the Mercury.

Send your photos in to newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk

Summer Tanner's picture to cheer people up.

Summer Tanner's picture to cheer people up. - Credit: Archant

Art work from children taking part into Bring Into Being's Creative Virus project.

Art work from children taking part into Bring Into Being's Creative Virus project. - Credit: Archant

James, Emma and Lucy Brown's thoughtful message.

James, Emma and Lucy Brown's thoughtful message. - Credit: Archant

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