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Trowse: School turns into art gallery

PUBLISHED: 09:26 23 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:03 02 July 2010

Sam Emanuel

A school hall was turned into a colourful art gallery last week as children proudly displayed their work in a bid to raise money for their school.

Trowse Primary School hosted the exhibition of more than 100 pieces of artwork, and invited parents and friends to look around.

A school hall was turned into a colourful art gallery last week as children proudly displayed their work in a bid to raise money for their school.

Trowse Primary School hosted the exhibition of more than 100 pieces of artwork, and invited parents and friends to look around.

Head teacher Stuart Odell said: “Every child had produced, in class, one piece of art work that was to be framed, displayed and hopefully purchased on the day. The children felt very proud and the event was a great success.

“Thanks to the Friends of Trowse for organising the event, helping raise money for the school and enriching the children's learning.”


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