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Winners announced for the ACT jubilee Art Competition

The Ashmore Park Community Jubilee Art Project has been judged and winners announced

As part of the Jubilee celebrations on Ashmore Park the Ashmore Park Community Together committee organised an art competition – sending entry forms to all primary schools on the estate – asking them to create a piece of art work that would not only form the basis of their fun days programme but would also be transferred onto a 2 metre by 2 metre canvas for the community to come along and paint during the festivities on Tuesday 5th June.

Judged by a sub committee of James Clarke and Steph Jennings from the WV11 website, Derek Tomlinson treasurer of the Ashmore Park Community Association and Jo Leach of St AlbansChurch – They had a  hard time picking from them. The children of Ashmore Park provided some high quality entries – there were hundreds of entries from the different schools but finally a winner was picked along with 2 runners up and a few highly commended.


Overall winner
Bernadette Kraujalis – Aged 11

Joint Second
Danni -Jay-Rhodes-O’Neill – Aged 11
Luke Cater- St Albans, Reception, Aged 4

Highly Commended
Cassie Degg – Aged 5
Tyrell Johnson -Aged 5
Berinyuy (Bevi) Ngamsha – Aged 9
Melissa Keirle – Aged 8
Gemma Rowe- Aged 11
Beth Owen – Aged 11

The winning entry will be hung in Ashmore Park Library along with the completed community piece after the ACT Jubilee Fun Day. All their art work can be seen in the gallery below, as well as on our Facebook page.

Fun Day

The Ashmore Park Community Together Jubilee fun day will be taking place Albans school field Tuesday 5th June 12pm – 4pm. As well as the community art project there will also be Fancy Dress competitions, Bouncy Castle, Laser Quest, a bucking bronco, free refreshments, hot food stalls, tombola, and a whole array of live entertainment.

Everything on the day with the exception of the Tombola and the food stall will be free to the community and any monies raised from paid activities will be donated to the school as a thank you for the use of their field.

Hopefully we’ll see you there.

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