Activities bring history alive
CURLEDGE Street primary school pupils have been taking part in historical talks, soundtrack making and pottery workshops.
The children were led by curator Gareth Ballyn and artist Holly Smith through a series of activities all based on Winner Street in Paignton.
The children had a presentation by Paignton History Society's Ken Rowe about the history of the street, then were shown how to do quick sketches by Holly before setting off to sketch buildings and objects in shop windows.
The children have also been making miniature clay models of the shops and buildings on Winner Street.
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The models and soundtracks will form part of an art project at 93 Winner Street then displayed in Paignton Library next month.
"The project aims to celebrate Winner Street," said Mr Ballyn. "Winner Street is a unique street full of independent shop, an interesting heritage and many interesting stories."
The exhibition at 93 Winner Street opens on June 3 at 6.30pm. Log on to www.highstreet neighbourhood.blogspot.com