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Bromsgrove's Charford First School to take part in Worcester's Elephant Art Trail

Tristan Harris 14th Jan, 2021 Updated: 14th Jan, 2021

BROMSGROVE’S Charford First School will be part of this summer’s Big Parade in Worcester which will feature 30 colourful sculptures between July and September.

Children will be working closely with Worcestershire gritting and snow ploughing firm AA Salt to design the artwork for one of the smaller elephant calf models which after the project finishes, will be donated to the school.

AA Salt, based near Worcester, is one of the sponsors of the project and is raising money for St Richard’s Hospice.

Nikki Rogers, AA Salt’s managing director said: “We absolutely loved being involved in the Stands Tall project two years ago and really wanted to show our support again in this latest initiative which I am certain will also be amazing for the local area after the difficult year everyone has had.

“What we love about the project is that it not only raises much-needed funds for an amazing charity, but it also gets local school children and the community involved.

“The campaign St Richards Hospice and Wild in Art have put together for children is incredible and inspiring.”

The company has been supporting many businesses during the recent wintry weather.

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