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Rotary Club of Plympton - Young Artists Recognised

PUBLISHED: 12:19 14 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:24 20 February 2013

L-R: Caitlin Hamon, The Lady Mayoress – Kate Aspinall, Cleo Anderson, Clare Thomas from the Rotary Club of Plympton, The Lord Mayor of Plymouth - Cllr Mary Aspinall,  Natasha Moran and Charlotte Perkins.

L-R: Caitlin Hamon, The Lady Mayoress – Kate Aspinall, Cleo Anderson, Clare Thomas from the Rotary Club of Plympton, The Lord Mayor of Plymouth - Cllr Mary Aspinall, Natasha Moran and Charlotte Perkins.

Continuing its work in promoting the talent and achievements of the youngsters in Plympton and Plymstock, the Rotary Club of Plympton were pleased that the Lord Mayor was able to host the prize giving for their sixth annual Young Artist Competition

Continuing its work in promoting the great talent and achievements of the youngsters in the Plympton and Plymstock areas of Plymouth, the Rotary Club of Plympton were pleased that the Lord Mayor was able to host the prize giving for their sixth annual Young Artist Competition.



For the past month, exhibits from a number of schoolchildren have been on display at Plymouth City Airport with the most popular pictures in each category voted on by the public.



The winners of this years competition were:


Key Skills 1/2 Cleo Anderson from Pomphlett Primary School


Key Skills 3/4 Caitlin Hamon from Elburton Primary School


Years 7-9 Natasha Moran from Ridgeway School


Years 10-11 Charlotte Perkins from Heles School



Following the presentation of their prizes, the Lord Mayor gave everyone a tour of the Council Chambers and the Plymouth City historical silver.



Air South West also donated a draw prize of 2 return flights to Jersey which were won by Lisa Middleton. The Rotary Club would like to thank Air South West, Plymouth City Airport and Sutton Harbour Holdings Ltd for the use of the airport for the past six years especially Mike Coombes and Terry Linge for their continued help and support. Plans for next years event are already starting although with the recent news about the closure of the airport later this year, a new venue will be sought for next years exhibition and competition which has become a popular feature in both the Rotary Club and schools calendar.

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