Collaborative Land Art Entry Wins Runners-Up in National Tour of Britain Competition
Penponds School & Camborne Town Council collaborative art piece named one of two RUNNERS-UP in the national Tour of Britain Land Art Competition.
Mick Bennett, AJ Bell Tour of Britain race director, said:
"After the events of the past two years, it was incredibly hear-warming to see so much roadside support for this year's AJ Bell Tour of Britain in September. The community spirit that makes the event so special was exemplified by the number and quality of those land art installations along the route.
“Following much discussion, I’m delighted to announce the winner and runners-up of this year’s competition. From the uniqueness of Craskins Farm’s installation and the history displayed in Penponds’ creation to the importance of the message conveyed in XR’s shoe day display, I’d like to congratulate them for the energy, enthusiasm and quality of their contribution towards the 2021 Tour.”
Penponds School - Camborne- Engine House & Pasty (Runner Up)
A huge well done to Penponds School who put so much enthusiasm and energy into creating their Land Art entry. The Mayor will be popping into deliver a framed certificate and to thank the class who designed and made the art with our Amenities Team back in September.
Another fantastic moment and great example of working in partnership during 2021.
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