children's winning artwork goes on display at exhibition
in Sedgemoor recently held a childrens art competition and
the winning entries from local pupils are being exhibited in Bridgwater
until Friday 18th August for everyone to see.
schools were invited to take part, with the theme of 'Homes and
Housing' and 105 entries were received.
Barfoot, Managing Director at Homes in Sedgemoor judged the entries
from Churchfield Church School, Penrose School, North Newton Primary
School and Brent Knoll Primary School.
were 16 winners, each receiving high street vouchers. All other
entrants received a £10 voucher each.
Engine Room held a private launch for the winners, their families
and teachers on 20th July to celebrate.
said: "Its been a huge pleasure to see the fantastic
artwork sent in by the children and young people across Sedgemoor.
The judging was so hard, and we have some terrific winners. Im
looking forward to meeting them all at The Engine Room, where they
will be able to see their framed work displayed."
exhibition is running for four weeks and entry is free at The Engine
Room in Bridgwater. It is open Monday to Friday from 10am until
4pm, (Tuesdays late till 8.45pm). It will also open on Saturday
29 July for the Quayside Festival from 12 noon till 5pm.
Phil Shepherd, Facilitator of Somerset Film at The Engine Room,
said: We are delighted to showcase this brand new collection
of life affirming children's art. The show will make a vibrant addition
to the forthcoming Quayside Festival and a perfect fit with our
family friendly programme of activities at the Engine Room this