Chelmer Valley High School WW1 Artwork

Chelmer Valley High School, in Chelmsford, held a competition with their pupils to produce art work inspired by what they had learnt about The Great War. The competition was judged by our project manager, Tony MorrisonBecky Wash from the Essex Police Museum and Mick Ford from the Essex Fire Museum. The winners were given a prize of a £25 Waterstones voucher.

The School’s summary of the event is on their school website.

 

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