Southdown Bus Shelter

Apr 25, 2022 | Community News, Council News

Millbrook Parish Council has an exciting opportunity for local individuals, schools and community groups, to get inspired and come up with ideas to decorate the Southdown Bus Shelter!
You may have noticed that the bus shelter has recently been cleaned and returned to its ordinary bus shelter glory, but we want it to become something far from ordinary, and the envy of all other bus stops!
We’re looking for really cool ideas and eye-catching designs. The theme can be absolutely anything, maybe linked to our community, the environment, the Jubilee, or anything that’s happening in the world right now that people are affected by. All ideas welcome!
We are setting a deadline for Friday 3rd June.
If it’s not for you, but you know any individuals or groups within our community who might want to submit artwork for just one or all of the square windows, please pass this on!
For further information, get in touch with us at admin@millbrook-pc.gov.uk.

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