Posted: Sat 19th Dec 2020

Students bring a touch of glass to Wrexham town centre with festive window designs

Business, in Wales.

TALENTED students showed a touch of glass in bringing festive cheer to a town centre.

A group of Level 2 Art and Design students from Coleg Cambria Yale produced a selection of Christmas designs for a window display at the entrance to the market on Wrexham High Street.

All 24 members of the class – led by tutors Rachel Holian and Catriona Harvey – created their own unique bauble stencils, while learner Charley Titley drafted a tree emblazoned with the words Nadolig Llawen Wrecsam.

“The students did a brilliant job,” said Rachel.

“They were pleased to be part of a live working brief, and proud to see their designs on show for all of Wrexham to see.

“The baubles were all different and look fantastic, as does the tree Charley produced.

“We hope the window display brings plenty of Christmas cheer to the town and thank Ty Pawb and the council for their support.”

Cllr Terry Evans, Wrexham’s Lead Member for Economic Regeneration, added: “The displays look very festive and I’m sure they will be appreciated by visitors in the coming weeks.

“I’d like to say a very big thank you to everyone involved in this project.”


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