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Youngsters’ Enjoy Cromer More artwork goes on show at town library

PUBLISHED: 15:45 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:47 21 August 2018

Cromer library manager Sheila Breslin (left) and library assitants Jo Coles and Katrina Middleton with the giant-sized artworks created by Cromer Junior School pupils as part of an Enjoy Cromer More competition.
Photo: KAREN BETHELL

Cromer library manager Sheila Breslin (left) and library assitants Jo Coles and Katrina Middleton with the giant-sized artworks created by Cromer Junior School pupils as part of an Enjoy Cromer More competition. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

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Three 8ft-tall boards featuring work created by youngsters as part of an Enjoy Cromer More competition have gone on show at the town library.

Enjoy Cromer More competition winners with Cromer Junior School deputy head teacher Suzanne Ashpole. The youngsters' work is now on show at the town library.
Photo: KAREN BETHELLEnjoy Cromer More competition winners with Cromer Junior School deputy head teacher Suzanne Ashpole. The youngsters' work is now on show at the town library. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

The giant-sized, montage-style artworks, which were designed by Gareth Gabriel of Digital Ink Media and printed by competition sponsors Structureflex, include nearly 200 paintings, drawings and collages made by Cromer Junior School pupils on the theme of ‘what I love about Cromer’.

They will stay on display at the library until September, when they will be put on permanent show in the school playground.

The giant-sized artworks created by Cromer Junior School pupils as part of an Enjoy Cromer More competition on display at the town library.
Photo: KAREN BETHELLThe giant-sized artworks created by Cromer Junior School pupils as part of an Enjoy Cromer More competition on display at the town library. Photo: KAREN BETHELL

Sheila Breslin, who is library manager at Cromer, Sheringham and Mundesley, said library staff and visitors were “delighted” with the boards.

“They are amazing,” she added. “It’s fantastic to see how the children have looked at the same subject in so many different ways and it is lovely for us as they provide a link to the community, which is something we very much want to do.”

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