Pupils’ artwork ready for carnival

PUBLISHED: 11:00 08 November 2012

Chairman Rod Still, John Horlick and Julian Fussell with teacher Lynette Bryant, children and their artwork.

Chairman Rod Still, John Horlick and Julian Fussell with teacher Lynette Bryant, children and their artwork.


ARTWORK created by pupils from two primary schools will feature at the Weston Carnival tomorrow (Fri).

Youngsters from Windwhistle and Uphill primary schools were asked to provide art for the Weston Group of Friends’ carnival fundraising float.

Using a variety of different media youngsters painted different faces and the winners were chosen by members of the Friends.

Windwhistle teacher Lyn Bryant said: “The children absolutely loved it, they thoroughly enjoyed making the artwork – some of them drew them on a computer and some drew them by hand.”

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