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The flags were created by seventy year 5 and 6 pupils from Neyland Community School who worked in small groups with Visual Artist Pip Lewis to develop imagery associated with key periods of Neyland's rich culture and heritage.

The images produced by the children were scanned and processed by local illustrator, Joelle Brindley, and used to form the basis of the designs that make up the flags, which were displayed throughout Neyland during Migration: Echoes and traces the town's 2010 community arts festival.

The ten flags will become a valuable community resource to mark future celebrations in the town, including the opening of the new school in 2011.


crossing the cleddau celebrating brunel coming of the railway passenger ferries the marina
the fishing industry faith community wildlife education

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