artists give Highbridge railway station a dash of winter colour
platform at Highbridge railway station has been given a dash of
colour this week by artistic youngsters from the town's Dreamscheme.
from Highbridge Dreamscheme, helped by members of Highbridge In
Bloom, have refreshed the showcases along the platforms to display
a number of posters especially painted by the children.
showcases were supplied and fitted by Severnside Community Rail
Partnership especially for the Highbridge Dreamscheme to help
brighten up the station.
new paintings - which depict autumn and winter scenes - were painted
by the children during their recent holiday.
Highbridge in Bloom received a discretionary Chairman's Award
in the South West Bloom Awards last year for Highbridge Station.
Work took place at the station under the supervision of Heather
Cullimore, a member of Severnside Community Rail Partnership,
and discussions with Heather will once again commence in March
to consider whether further enhancements can be made.
Highbridge Dreamscheme's Trish Hart told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"All the children who attended the station enjoyed seeing
the old pictures coming out and the new pictures going in, even
though it was a bit cold and blustery."
Pictured from Highbridge in Bloom are Joyce Curtis (Chairman),
Pam Lyes (Secretary), Phil Lyes (Treasurer) and Shirley Adams