The Irvine team working with Creative Pathways: Environmental Design have just passed the midway point on their 11-week course and it’s full steam ahead in preparation for their final showcase.
They have also been getting stuck into collaborative environmental projects. One has involved transforming car tyres into alternative outdoor planters. Rather than letting the tyres be burned in the salvage yard and release poisonous emissions, the group instead gave back to the environment by planting winter shrubs inside their recycled planters.
The group has also been working on a large mosaic for Ancho Housing Association, which they completed this week, while at Eglinton Park in Irvine, they were hard at work cutting and sanding to make an amazing birdhouse village installation.