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PICTURE PERFECT YOUNGSTERS TRANSFORM SHEFFIELD CITY GP HEALTH CENTRE

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PICTURE PERFECT YOUNGSTERS TRANSFORM SHEFFIELD CITY GP HEALTH CENTRE

Post by OMC on Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:40 am

The Sheffield City GP Health Centre unveiled a new look yesterday thanks to the prize-winning artwork of children from the local schools in the area.

The Art Challenge was held to celebrate the centre’s extended opening hours, from 8:00am to 8:00pm, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The best entries were chosen by local artist Pete McKee and will feature as part of the centre’s new community-themed look.

Twelve youngsters from schools across the region were selected as winners by a panel. The designs will appear in a new calendar which will take pride of place in the reception of the centre.

The budding artists were presented with their prizes by Pete McKee, whilst also attending a ceremony at the centre and received tips and comments from the local artist. Katie Barnes, aged 8, from Brook House Junior School, was chosen by Pete as the overall winner for the competition for her picture. Katie received £50 of leisure passes and the first entry in the calendar.

Pete McKee said: “The competition was a great success. We received some fantastic entries and it was great to see the community get really involved with the competition. The pictures showcased around the centre’s facilities, as well as the community calendar, bring a great feeling of community and highlight the centre’s great offering.”

The winning entries are available to view in the Health Centre on Broad Lane and online at

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