Appeal for Bridlington residents to vote for best painting in schools' art competition

Promenades Shopping Centre is asking Bridlington to vote for the best painting in an art competition for the town’s schools.

Thursday, 12th December 2019, 9:33 am
Updated Thursday, 12th December 2019, 9:33 am
The appeal comes from Promenades Shopping Centre manager Carl Brown.
The appeal comes from Promenades Shopping Centre manager Carl Brown.

Pupils across the area have been invited to take part in a bid to encourage the community to be more involved in the art and culture of Bridlington.

The schools taking part in the competition include North Frodingham Primary School, Hilderthorpe Primary School, Beeford Primary School, Bempton Primary School, Quay Academy, Burton Agnes C of E Primary School, Burlington Junior School, Flamborough Primary School, Martongate Primary School, Headlands Primary School, Wold Newton Foundation School and Bay Primary School.

The shopping centre is inviting the public to vote for the painting they like the most online at www.promenadesshoppingcentre.co.uk/news/the-promenades-school-art-competition.

Promenades Shopping Centre Manager, Carl Brown said: “We have some of the most talented and creative people here in Bridlington, and it’s brilliant to showcase this in a way that rewards young people by putting themselves out there.”

“The levels of creativity are astounding in this competition so we think it’s going to be a very close call but no matter who takes the title of winner, all entries are amazing and everyone taking part should feel proud of themselves.”

Voting for the competition ends on Sunday, December 15.