Honiton students design and make window display for charity

PUBLISHED: 16:10 18 June 2009 | UPDATED: 23:43 15 June 2010

STUDENTS from Honiton Community College have designed and made an eye-catching window display for a local charity.

STUDENTS from Honiton Community College have designed and made an eye-catching window display for a local charity.

Two groups of young people pitched ideas to TRIP Community Transport Association's office manager, Neil Hurlock - one theme was treasure island and the other was countryside.

The vote went to the countryside proposal.

After making the display, which includes a painted fabric backdrop, it was presented to TRIP.


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