An impressive collection of student art work, featuring everything from monsters to still life, is currently on show in Thetford.
Thetford Grammar School’s (TGS) annual art and design technology exhibition has taken on a new look this year, having moved to the Methodist Church in Tanner Street.
The showcase, which opened yesterday and will continue until Sunday, includes work from every pupil in the school.
Amanda Sherring, head of art, said: “All year we have been collecting and collating excellent examples of pupil work to showcase what brilliant artists TGS produces.
“The work ranges from Year 4 to A-Level and the subject matter from monsters to still life.”
The event will also help to raise money for Cancer Research UK, with coffee and cupcakes being sold in aid of the charity alongside the exhibition.
Ms Sherring is hoping for a record number of visitors and said she expects tomorrow to be the busiest day, with stalls, singing and face painting also planned.
“TGS are very proud to support such a worthy charity and we are hoping for a record number of visitors to the exhibition and for a record sum of money to be raised,” she said.
The church opens at 10am and all are welcome to attend.