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Trinity Festival - Pavement Art (2)

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(by Gail Dorrington)

(26 April 2003)

The pavement art competition went ahead despite the drizzle and occasional downpours. Children came and chalked up their masterpieces under green fishing brollies and hastily erected gazebos. I counted thirty pictures. Below is a selection of the stunning art work they created because if you were not there you won't have had time to see it before the rain washed it all away. There were so many lovely pictures that it has been a struggle to decide on the winner. Come along to The Odney Club on Bank Holiday Monday at 12 noon for the prize giving. Just to say a huge thank you to all the children and parents who came to  support the charity helping boys and others with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

keep smiling and maybe no one will notice the rain!
rainbows in the rain! Many thanks to the students of Holyport manor school for the banner.
Hannah wallis, age 10
  I loved the way Hannah smudged in the sky. Have you any finger tips
left Hannah? Rough!
Matthew Pottage is only 5 but he has carefully copied these flowers.
Brilliant Matthew!
Anna Harris,10
  This was a lovely drawing of a flying bird soaring way above the park.
Bernice,9 and Georgiana,5
How lovely. I can almost smell the flowers from here.
Dorks familly Esme Shelley-Smith age 4, with a little help from Mum
Joshua ,10  let the fox see the rabbit

Jake, Jessica, age 10, 8
lots going on in these two pictures by Jake and Jessica.

Katy Stepney, 5
brightening the day with a rainbow
Michelle Lewis,7
I like this. It's one of the few pictures with anyone in it.


Kate, age 6  chalking up her beautiful fox
Phoebe 9
Weeping willow and meandering river. It must be Cookham.
Poppy Harris,5
stunning butterfly
rocket garden!  By Ethan Piercy, age 8
  I'm told there is a garden full of rockets in Florida.
Ryan Lewis, 5
I could just walk in to this picture, Ryan. I love the balloon
Theo Smith, 9
beautiful, Theo
Thomas ,4 and Dad!
This was a real family effort. Well done all!

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