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LEAP’s Sincil Bank Community Art Trail is now complete and will launch officially on the 14th September 2018.
The project idea came about in October last year and focused on the redesign and revitalisation of a number of green Media Boxes in the Sincil Bank Area. The aim was to give some colour and show that regeneration of the area is beginning to happen.
The second phase of the Sincil Bank Community Art Project got underway yesterday, with an AMAZING design from Ashalr Leroux being painted onto boxes on Thesieger Street!
The project had been given more funding earlier this month due to the success of the first phase; which received overwhelming support on social media, in the press and within the Sincil Bank community!
From the 3rd until the 20th July, LEAP painted 20 green Virgin Media boxes throughout the Sincil Bank Area; bringing a lot of amazing colour to the area and getting so many different and diverse groups involved. People from all abilities and backgrounds joined in and it was a lot of fun!
Painting dates have now been confirmed at the following dates and locations;
The fourth day of LEAP's Sincil Bank Community Art Project got underway on the 17th July, with paiting being done at the football ground and Bishop Kings School! It was a great day all around, with designs paying homage to the Robey works and the origins of Bishop King School!
Thank you to all those who got involved yesterday!
The 3rd day of the Sincil Bank Community was once again a huge sucess! North Kesteven Academy, the Lincoln Art Ninjas, Helena and Richard Mair and other amazing volunteers all painted some fabulous pieces yesterday and really brightened up the area! Lots of passers by loved the painting and it is great to see that residents are appreciating it!
The first day of LEAP's new art project launched yesterday, and it was an overwhelming success! A large number of volunteers; LEAP Staff, residents, artists and others all helped out to create some fabulous designs that have certainly helped brighten up parts of the ward!
The project involves the revitalization and redesign of various green Virgin Media boxes around the Sincil...