Student Murals Unveiled in Maghull

As part of the Friends of Maghull and District (FOMD) ecology project our students got involved in a fantastic collaboration to promote & inspire wellbeing, community engagement, and raise awareness of endangered wildlife, plastic recycling, and signpost people to underused natural local resources.

Today was the unveiling of the large murals in Maghull's highest footfall area, on Stafford Moreton Way. They were carefully crafted using recycled, plastic bottle tops by both students at Southport College and @maghull_high_school.

It was attended by renowned artist and sculptor Faith Bebbington and representatives of all involved, including Kier Construction & MJS Joinery who created and installed the display cabinets. Everything was overseen by:
🔹Frank Sharp (Director of FOMD)
🔹Cllr Josh Burns (Mayor of Maghull)
🔹Cllr Ken Hughes (Deputy Mayor of Maghull)
🔹Cllr Patrick McKinley (Maghull Town Council (MTC) Leader)
🔹Kier construction representatives
🔹MTC Councillors
🔹Members of the Friends of Maghull and District (FOMD).

We are so proud of our students being involved in such a brilliant community project and the uplifting, poignant artwork that they and Maghull's pupils have produced. FOMD described their work as being "beyond our wildest expectations". Well done and thank you to everyone involved in the organisation of this wonderful unveiling, on such a beautiful day.

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