Ely primary school

PUBLISHED: 12:34 06 April 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

SNAP HAPPY:Emma, George and Ella with their photographic artwork.

SNAP HAPPY:Emma, George and Ella with their photographic artwork.

CHILDREN at an Ely primary school have been let loose with cameras as part of a county-wide arts development project. Pupils at Spring Meadow Primary School have been taking photographs of themselves and things that are special to them over the last two

CUTTING EDGE: Daniel making his collage. Photos: HELEN DRAKE

CHILDREN at an Ely primary school have been let loose with cameras as part of a county-wide arts development project.

Pupils at Spring Meadow Primary School have been taking photographs of themselves and things that are special to them over the last two weeks, which they used to make collages.

They were assisted by Beth Bronson of The Vital Communities Project, a programme of creative activities for children across the county.

Supported by the Babylon Gallery in Ely and Adec - Arts development in east Cambridgeshire, the project also aims to measure the impact of creative work on individuals and communities.


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