Local Children’s Art pop-up at One Warwick Park Hotel… This Thursday from 3.30pm

What the garden looked like before
A selection of the hundreds of entries received

HUNDREDS of children from schools across Tunbridge Wells will see their artwork put on display at the One Warwick Park Hotel this Thursday (October 25) as part of the Jewellery fit for a Prince or Princess competition.

Launched by the Times and the Tunbridge Wells High Street family jewellers G. Collins & Sons, the contest has seen pupils from 11 schools submit their own designs for jewellery they believe would suit a future king or queen. 

Judged by Gray and Webster art gallery founders Simon Webster and Jonathan Gray, the top seven runners up from each age category; four to eight, nine to 13 and 14 to 18,  will be listed Times ON November 7.

The three overall winners will be announced alongside an image of themselves and their artwork on November 7. Each winner will receive a certificate and voucher for afternoon tea and their school will receive a £500 donation towards their art department.

Participating schools include: Brenchley and Matfield CEP School, Claremont Primary School, Goudhurst & Kilndown CEP School, Kent College Pembury, Kent College Prep Rusthall, St Paul’s CofE VA Primary School, Saint Ronan’s School, Skinners’ Kent Academy, St. Mark’s CEP School, The Mead, The Wells Free School.

Chosen artwork from each school will be put on display at a special exhibition taking place in the Function Room at One Warwick Park Hotel on October 25 between 3.30pm-7.30pm where a jewellery making demonstration will also take place.

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