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Stitch in time leads to work of art

PUBLISHED: 17:00 23 February 2006 | UPDATED: 10:25 07 September 2010

Children on the Clarence Way Estate spent their half term constructing an incredible mosaic. The colourful creation was devised as a way to help children channel their energies during the break last week. It will hang on a wall at Clarence Hall on the est

Children on the Clarence Way Estate spent their half term constructing an incredible mosaic.

The colourful creation was devised as a way to help children channel their energies during the break last week.

It will hang on a wall at Clarence Hall on the estate.

Silla Carron, chairwoman of Clarence Way tenants association, said: "We thought it would be a good way to keep the kids off the streets and the 'Have a heart' message was a good one to use.

"It will help to make the hall an even nicer place to come and visit."

The project was carried with the help of Rise Phoenix, which uses arts projects to help children gain new skills and experiences. Picture by Polly Hancock


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