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Buddy Bench Competition Winner

Back in May, Impact Arts and Bridgewater Housing Association invited Primary School pupils in Erskine to take part in our Buddy Bench competition. Pupils from years 1-7 were set the task of creating a design for the bench based on the themes of Water, Bridge and Community.

The winning design was selected by the Bridgewater Housing Association Board of Trustees and we're delighted that they selected this beautiful entry from Niamh, aged 7!

niamh's design

Niamh has won a £100 Hobbycraft voucher and text us to say how happy she was!

"Hello it's Niamh on my mums phone. The bench looks Amazing in real life and I can't wait to see it. Thank you very much for your email I'm so happy I've won can't wait to spend money on some new art stuff thanks again night night!"

final bench

The bench will be installed in Barrholm in the coming weeks! Well done on brightening up your local community Niamh!

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