Display of recycled art planned for Portishead

PUBLISHED: 14:20 22 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:20 22 February 2017

Portishead in Bloom wants to encourage children to be creative.

Portishead in Bloom wants to encourage children to be creative.


Portishead in Bloom is looking for children to create bottle top art.

The town has been put forward in the national champions of champions competition by Britain in Bloom this year after years of success.

As part of this year’s effort, Portishead in Bloom wants youngsters to create art out of recycled materials and is proposing the bottle top art competition. The best ones will then be displayed around town.

Collection points are: Clarence House, Hall & Woodhouse, Mark’s Barber Shop in West Hill and The Ship at Redcliffe Bay.

Portishead Primary School and St Peters Primary School have agreed to take part, as well as the youth centre and Lakehouse and Stationhouse nurseries.

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