North Norfolk scenes inspire pupils to showcase artistic talents …


North Norfolk scenes inspire pupils to showcase artistic talents

13:05 03 March 2016

North Norfolk Scenes Inspire Pupils To Showcase Artistic Talents ...

Picture of the seals at Blakeney by Kate Simmons Preston Primary School.

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Beauty spots and attractions in north Norfolk have inspired talented young artists from the county s schools to showcase their talents.

Share link shares North Norfolk Scenes Inspire Pupils To Showcase Artistic Talents ...Caedn-Marc Huckle from Rackheath Primary School picture of St James Hill, Norwich

Judges have shortlisted 12 drawings of the children s best loved scenes including Felbrigg Hall, Blakeney seals, Sheringham beach, Happisburgh Lighthouse and Cromer Pier. The finalists include Corpusty Primary pupil Imogen Neal and Catherine Margree and Hannah Clark from Coltishall Primary. A total of 68 children from nine primary schools sent in images for the competition organised by holidaycottages.co.uk.

Norfolk new business manager for holidaycottages.co.uk Linda Roberts said: There were so many wonderful entries, it was really difficult to choose. What a large number of talented young artists we have here in Norfolk. She added: The children s pictures showed what an amazing range of beautiful places there are in our county.

A winner and two runners up will be chosen from the shortlist. The winner will be awarded a 500 voucher towards a family break at a holidaycottages.co.uk property and their school a 500 donation. Runners up will win tickets to one of Norfolk s best known attractions and their schools will receive 150 each.

The other finalists are: Caedn-Marc Huckle, Rackheath Primary; Charlie Clarke, Rackheath Primary; Kiera Braithwaite, Rackheath Primary; Archie Fiddy, Rackheath Primary; Kate Simmons, Preston Primary; Pippa Giaomelli, Preston Primary; George Mann, Preston Primary; Freya Hand, Fairhaven Primary;

Kanak Jaswal, Bignold Primary School.

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