NULC students take animal art to Summer Fair and Dog Show
8th July 2015
Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) Art and Design students Tammy McCutcheon and Danielle Sharratt will be displaying and selling their art work at the Traditional Summer Fair and Fun Dog Show on Saturday 11 July.
The family event is being put on by Clayton Hall Business and Language College and will feature a dog show in conjunction with Greyhound Gap, a charity which helps to rehome dogs. Alongside the dog show there will be a range of traditional crafts, games and amusements.
The NULC students are ex-Clayton pupils and will be selling dog and animal related art work to support the event.
After leaving Clayton Tammy went onto complete A levels and Danielle studied for a BTEC Extended Diploma in Art and Design at NULC. Now they are both studying a Foundation Degree in Contemporary Art Practice at NULC.
Organiser Helen Drummond, Community and Marketing Coordinator for the South Newcastle Federation, said, “We are really pleased the girls are taking part in this event. The close partnership between our two schools and the college means we can support each other and develop great relationships. It’s good for our current pupils to see how they can progress once they leave and go to college.”
Said NULC’s Schools Liaison Manager Lucy Hancock: “The event is open to the local community and is running from 10:00 to 2:00pm at Clayton Hall Business and Language College. Please support the event by attending with your family pet and have a fun filled day.”