Students’ works of art at Suffolk Show display
PUBLISHED: 10:08 30 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:48 30 May 2019
Students from Suffolk One created works of art at their Suffolk Show trade stand on behalf of a charity.
The students from One Sixth Form College (Suffolk One) were approached by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, which commissioned artwork as part of a wildlife gardening campaign.
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Paintings included various species of animals, all put on display at the show at Trinity Park, near Ipswich.
Jake Robson, associate principal at Suffolk One, said: "The idea of the stand was to help encourage Suffolk gardeners to make wildlife friendly habitats in their gardens.
"Our students rose to the challenge and produced high quality paintings that really helped the Suffolk Wildlife Trust stand come alive. I'm proud of their efforts."
Bev Rogers, from Suffolk Wildlife Trust, added: "The designs are stunning and beautiful. They really helped our garden area come alive. Thousands of people will get to see their work."
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