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Essex: Children create art for hospice
12:00pm Monday 8th October 2012 in News
Bereaved children and those with a loved one who is seriously ill have created artwork for a hospice.
Youngsters from Braintree, Maldon and Chelmsford districts have received support from the Yo-Yo Project at Farleigh Hospice, Chelmsford.
As part of the project, about 20 drew paintings for the hospice gallery in North Court Road.
Bereavement services team leader, Mark Cobbin, said: “The children and young people we see are obviously coping with some very difficult and emotional circumstances which inevitably results in them producing some deeply emotional and very personal work.
“The work will be associated to someone significant in their lives who is either seriously ill, or deceased.”
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