Children’s art presented to Pagham Harbour and Selsey Town Council

Vice chairman of Selsey council, Jason Bream, is presented with an etching by Freyer Rawlinson and members of the Mahood Art Club
Vice chairman of Selsey council, Jason Bream, is presented with an etching by Freyer Rawlinson and members of the Mahood Art Club
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PUPILS from around the Manhood Peninsula have presented pieces of art they created to Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve and Selsey Town Council.

The aim of the presentation was to say a big thank you to the reserve for the part it plays as a valuable educational resource for schools in the area and community.

Pupils also presented some art to the council for its commitment to youth projects.

The pieces of art created by the pupils are now part of an exhibition of etchings at the nature reserve in Sidlesham.

The works come from an enrichment club held at Medmerry Primary School, which ran for six weeks.

Carol Lee, who teaches art at Medmerry school, said: “I feel it is important to mention all of the children as all of the etchings are superb.

“If we could have given every pupil’s work out to other people, we would have.”

Jamie Thorne and Bobbi Sumbler, of Medmerry school, both 10 years old, presented their etchings to the nature reserve.

Freya Rawlinson of Sidlesham Primary School, also aged 10, presented her etching of a fox to Selsey Town Council’s vice chairman Jason Bream.