Burnham Market and Fakenham pupils thanked for arts project with The Norfolk Hospice

Burnham Market school pupils with one of the papier mache birds they made for Tapping House.
Burnham Market school pupils with one of the papier mache birds they made for Tapping House.
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Creative pupils have been thanked after working on some exciting art projects with the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House in Hillington.

A celebratory tea party was held for pupils, staff and parents from Burnham Market Primary School and Fakenham Academy Sixth Form this week when they visited the hospice to see their artwork in place.

Sallyanne Boyle who has helped to paint the mural at  Tapping House, Hillington. ANL-160407-150754009

Sallyanne Boyle who has helped to paint the mural at Tapping House, Hillington. ANL-160407-150754009

Burnham Market school created papier mache birds for the garden area whilst Fakenham students painted a mural of Hunstanton cliffs and provided some photography of local scenes.

The work was organised by North West Norfolk Decorative and Fine Arts Society (NWNDFAS), based in Sedgeford.

Lynn Lockheart, director of operations at The Norfolk Hospice, said: “We are delighted with the projects the pupils have worked so hard on. We are grateful to NWNDFAS for arranging and funding these projects.”

Burnham Market pupils are pictured with one of the birds they made for Tapping House.