There’s a rare opportunity to see Peter Randall-Page’s sculpture Remembering Milk and Honey, which is sited in Prior’s Court School, Newbury – the school is having an open day on Sunday, July 4 from 1pm to 4pm.
Prior’s Court School is an independent, specialist school for pupils from five to 19 years with autism spectrum disorder and severe and complex learning difficulties. The school aims to enable pupils to access their individual strengths and achieve as independent a life as possible.
The open day will include a woodland sculpture trail, music and dance performances, sculpture and pottery workshops, a treasure hunt, bouncy castle, face painting, a sensory chill out area, a chance to meet the animals (pony, sheep, cow, goats, rabbits , guinea pigs and more), and to meet the staff and find out more about the work of the school
Peter is set the Devon Guild of Craftsmen annual summer exhibition in July, where his new work Sum of the Parts will be on display. Check out our SouthWestShows site for more details.
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