Date: Wednesday 24 June 2015
Art and photography students from Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College in Northwich, Cheshire, have been taking inspiration from the local scenery, in line with an art competition run by us.
The winning entry was created by 17-year-old Oliver Buckley and depicts the hidden and often unseen area to the rear of Tata Chemicals Europe in Winnington. Oliver has taken away a prize fund of £150 and will also have his work displayed at our Winnington Village development in the town.
Andy Marshall, Head of Art and Design at Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College, comments: “We have some incredibly talented students, so we are thrilled that Taylor Wimpey has given them a platform to showcase their work.
“The winning submission is outstanding and I know Oliver is incredibly pleased and excited to have his work displayed at such a high-profile venue.
“I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for choosing Sir John Deane’s to partner with on the competition. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all who took part and we hope this marks the start of a great relationship with the company.”
Sir John Deane’s is very much at the heart of the Northwich community and is based on Monarch Drive, just a short distance from our Winnington Village development.
Chloe Dunn, Associate Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “The college is a fantastic organisation so we’re delighted to have partnered with the art department on this exciting competition.
“We had lots of amazing entries but Oliver’s was a clear winner, and we’re excited to have such great work displayed in our sales office, for all of our customers to enjoy.”
Winnington Village currently offers a range of two, three and four-bedroom homes.