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Young artists draw praise.

A GIANT mural depicting the activities on offer at an educational outdoor centre in Wales has been drawing praise and thanks.

The unique work of art has been created by a group of five Coundon Court A-level art students on a wall at Plas Dol-y-Moch, Coventry's outdoor education centre in Snowdonia.

Paul Staples, Fiona Cook, Catherine Ewing, Danielle Jones and Sinead Marshall, all aged 17 and 18, gave up some of their summer holiday to carry out the project.

Handymen at Dol-y-Moch had to construct cover to keep the rain off the artwork and the artists during heavy downpours.

The school's art teacher, Steff Hutchinson, is a regular visitor to Dol- y-Moch. The deputy head there, Phil Ecles, said: "Everyone here would like to say a big thank-you to the students for their hard work."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 8, 2000
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