Schools around Barnstaple have been producing artwork to celebrate the restoration of the town’s famous Albert Clock, commonly known as the Four-faced liar (four clockfaces and not one of them the same time).
Lampard Community School worked with textile artist Clare Russell, making Batik designs based on Barnstabple’s past.
The banners have been made to be unveiled at the launch of the town’s new heritage trail on June 5.
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