team's art project gives Highbridge's Morland Hall a colourful lift
of The Princes Trust Team, run by Bridgwater and Taunton College,
have completed a community project at Morland Hall in Highbridge.
team encouraged local companies to supply 24 tins of paint, plus
paint trays and brushes to decorate four bathrooms and the main
the learning disabilities room they designed and painted lots of
underwater-themed creatures, plus Winnie the Pooh and a woodland
and animal-themed mural.
in Sedgemoor donated £500 to the project and also supplied
transport for the duration of the scheme. The
team also held a car wash at the Bridgwater & Taunton Colleges
Cannington Centre, raising £42.
project was part of The Princes Trust team programme, a 12
week self-development designed to help young people not in education
or training to increase their confidence, motivation, employability
and team work skills, whilst they also work towards a level one
qualification," said a spokesman.
programme involves a residential trip, a community project, work
experience, a team challenge and a final presentation."
Hall was chosen after comparing potential projects in and around
Bridgwater. The team felt Morland Hall and the vast amount of groups
in the community that use it would benefit from their hard work
more than other sites visited."
you goes to them all Natasha Dyer, Morgan Cox, Ashleigh Heslop,
Chloe Turner, Freddie Thomas, Tazmin West, Sarah Warr and Jasmine