Finally on the Saturday we could get down to the real painting. It was brilliant to see most of the Freefall group join us for a session outside their regular Thursday evening slot. Many other children came to say hello and wanted a go. By the end of the day we had a brand new graffiti wall; a woolly wall festooned with woolly natural wonders kindly knitted by the Met Office and other knitting groups; and a great sense of achievement.
Many thanks to Clive Chilvers and Mark Cotton for most of these images and plenty of moral support.
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