Grand Pier hosts artistic Voyage
PUBLISHED: 16:00 13 July 2014
WESTON'S Grand Pier is currently home to a 'stunning' showcase of student art produced by youngsters from outside the town's mainstream school system.
Children from the Voyage Learning Campus – which educates children who are unable to access mainstream schooling – are exhibiting work at the landmark’s Pitstop Café.
Voyage principal Nick Donnelly said: “We are all very proud of the high achievements by our students in their art and creative studies and the wonderful work that they produce across all age ranges.
“The high standard of work achieved in this subject is testament to the hard work and dedication of the teaching staff and our students who are excellent ambassadors for the Voyage Learning Campus.
“We are delighted that the Grand Pier has agreed to host this exhibition of our students’ work so that students, parents/carers and local people can see the wonderful creativity achieved.”