And the winners are... Babylon Gallery and Ely-Hereward Rotary Club team up to host ninth annual East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition

PUBLISHED: 16:36 09 January 2018

Babylon Gallery and Ely-Hereward Rotary Club team up to host ninth annual East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition. Prize winners with Jeff Hide, president of Ely-Hereward Rotary

Babylon Gallery and Ely-Hereward Rotary Club team up to host ninth annual East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition. Prize winners with Jeff Hide, president of Ely-Hereward Rotary

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For the ninth year running, Babylon Gallery and Ely-Hereward Rotary Club are hosting the annual East Cambridgeshire Schools Art Competition.

The exhibition, at the riverside gallery in Ely, features work from over 200 local students aged four to 18 – and entry is free.

Prizes are sponsored by Tindall’s and other local shops and businesses. The exhibition is open to the public until Sunday January 14 and is open 12 noon-4pm.

Jeff Hide, president of Ely-Hereward Rotary, said: “We are so pleased to offer our young talented artists studying in the district the opportunity to see their work displayed in this professional gallery setting.

“We’re incredibly grateful to all the local shops and businesses which support the exhibition. Without their support this couldn’t happen.”

If you would like your school to take part next year contact caroline.cawley@babylonarts.org.uk

For more information visit www.babylonarts.org.uk

Full list of winners in the Key Stage category

Foundation (Early Years) Lillie-Anne (Littleport), Skylar (Littleport), Peter (Sutton)

KS1 Eden (Sutton), Charlie F (Sutton), Charlie S (Lantern)

KS2 Poppy S (Sutton), Aidan S. (Lantern), Alex F (Fordham)

KS3 Alex B (Ely College), Ruth T (SVC), Eliza J (Ely College)

KS4 Gabija Zvaigzdyte (SVC), Hannah Richard (SVC), Hannah Hansen (SVC)

KS5 Kate Feng (King’s Ely), Maisie Barlow (King’s Ely), Lexy Chen (King’s Ely)

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