Artwork by East Cambridgeshire school children is now on display at Babylon Gallery
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A group of art students at King’s Ely sixth form is celebrating having won all three categories of an art exhibition competition.
Adam Marsh, who graduated last year, received first prize for his fine art in the contest which is held at the Babylon Gallery.
Lara Edwards was awarded second prize for her fashion design project, and Peter Casey, who is currently in Year 13, was given the third prize for his photography work.
The students were awarded their prizes at the private view of the exhibition last Friday.
The exhibition, now in it’s sixth year, is a collaboration between Hereward Rotary Club and Babylon Arts with sponsorship by Tindalls and other local traders.
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It will be on display at the Babylon Gallery until Sunday January 17.
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