Arts pupils visit mural at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary

PUBLISHED: 16:30 16 July 2009 | UPDATED: 09:41 18 June 2010

CREATIVE Sidmouth College students got their first chance to see their mural painting of Kenya at the Donkey Sanctuary s Box 16 exhibition this week. As part of the charity s Sanctuary from Suffering campaign, pupils from surrounding schools were invited

CREATIVE Sidmouth College students got their first chance to see their mural painting of Kenya at the Donkey Sanctuary's Box 16 exhibition this week.

As part of the charity's Sanctuary from Suffering campaign, pupils from surrounding schools were invited to paint murals of the areas that the sanctuary operates in overseas. Students from The King's School have also taken part and painted a mural of Mexico and India. The Box 16 exhibition is open to the public and is situated within the main sanctuary site.


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