Artistic residents get creative for climate change


Posted on April 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

Sanctuary Care home residents in Greenwich celebrated recently after being crowned winners in the organisation’s ‘Caring for Climate’ art competition.

Sanctuary Care home residents in Greenwich celebrated recently after being crowned winners in the organisation’s ‘Caring for Climate’ art competition.

 

Riverlee Care Home residents bagged the top prize for their collage of a tree where they used real bark, eggshells and other recycled material to produce the masterpiece.

 





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