Friday, June 29, 2018
BRIGG SCHOOL PUPIL CONGRATULATED ON HER WINNING DESIGN
One of the Brigg community projects to be completed in the months ahead will be a new Holocaust Memorial.
A competition was held, asking people to come up with suitable designs.
The winner was Izzy Roberts, a Year 9 pupil at Sir John Nelthorpe School, Brigg, who has been congratulated on her "fantastic achievement."
Her design will be installed at the Millennium Green, off Elwes Street, whose maintenance and management is now being overseen by Brigg Town Council.
In the latest edition of its newletter, SJN says this was a fantastic opportunity for the school to be involved in a community project.
Pupils were able to combine their knowledge of The Holocaust from their religious education lessons with their art and design skills.
Each member of the group worked hard to produce high quality, thought-provoking designs.
The school says Izzy's winning design will be constructed by a local metalwork specialist and will then be unveiled in its permanent location.
Currently there is a Holocaust Memorial within the courtyard of the Angel complex.
Every January a solemn service is held in the courtyard to remember those who perished.
PICTURED ABOVE: The Millennium Green - a Year 2000 community project, initially overseen by a trust.