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Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
Heritage Day In Faringdon
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Heritage Day In Faringdon

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Slideshow of a young people's graffiti project that took place as part of local heritage celebrations in Faringdon

Slideshow of a young people's graffiti project that took place as part of local heritage celebrations in Faringdon

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  • 1. Heritage Day in Faringdon Sunday 13th September was Heritage Day in Faringdon and the Youth Centre was asked to contribute something to the day!
  • 2. So naturally we thought … the idea being we would celebrate the Sights, Smells and Sounds of Faringdon and the local area, but in a modern way.
  • 3. Preparing the boards
  • 4. Waiting for graffiti
  • 5. Preparing for painting
  • 6. The first marks!
  • 7. Two artists from ‘On It Design’ (www.onitdesign.com) in London came down
  • 8. and worked with Young People showing them different techniques with a spray can…
  • 9. …before setting them loose on the mural!
  • 10. Adding details…
  • 11. Filling in the background
  • 12. Safety apparatus is a must!
  • 13. Adding some sparkle
  • 14. Some local landmarks…
  • 15. We think it looks pretty good! Text and photos by Faringdon Youth Worker David Mepham Thanks to On it Design and all the young people at Faringdon Young People’s Centre who helped create the mural
  • 16. Oxfordshire Integrated Youth Support Service www.spired.com

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