Primary school children help brighten up Chapel beach entrance
BEACH ART: Children from Chapel St Leonards Primary School have been busy helping to brighten up the entrance of Chapel Beach from the village.
The project was funded by the Lincolnshire Co-op community fund after a successful funding application was submitted by Chapel Neighbourhood Management group.
The project was a joint venture between Chapel Parish Council, Chapel Neighbourhood Management group and Chapel Primary school.
Professional artist James Mayle from Imageskool.com worked with children form the local school to come up with designs for the boards that will go one side of the entrance.
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The other side was taken from old photographs of Chapel with the design going from old landmarks to the new ones.
All the children along with residents who attended the coffee morning at Chapel Village Hall painted the designs.
The picture shows children and teachers who took part in the project, Amanda Bond from Lincolnshire County Council, Parish Councillors Patrick Naughton, David Yaxley and Mel Leivers and Rick Coates and Paige Pacey Neighbourhood Management team.