St Thomas’s School uses discarded trees

St Annes in Bloom have been liaising with the resident artist at St Thomas’ Nusery School John Morrow.

He was looking for large peices of wood that he can use with the children to create interesting art projects.
The hollow trunk from the popular that came down recently in Ashton Gardens is going to be used by the larger School in their forest area.
Mick of Fylde Borough Council very kindly delivered the trunk in two peices ready for them to use

We’ll be interested to see what becomes of them

The school already has an amazing outdoor gallery of sculptures made from re-claimed and waste materials here are just a few for you to enjoy

 

    

We always like to support school children in getting to know their environment and getting arty with wood is one way to do it

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