Scott Cook gets the crowd involved.
Aerial video of Clayton Bay May 2018 thanks to David Rhodes.
This is pretty poor video of our shelter sheds, following their transformation. Annabelle Collett, project designer, Sam Mulcahy and Leonie Henderson put the finishing touches on the project today. The result is colourful and vibrant, surpassing the apt project title; Enhancing our Public Places. Well done to all the community members who assisted in the 10 day marathon. The installation represents at least 250 hours of work. The circular and oval motifs were completed ahead of this and would conservatively represent another 150 hours or more. Well done Clayton Bay.
Posted by Clayton Bay Nursery and Environment Group on Sunday, 29 April 2018
Thanks to the Alexandrina Council Community grant and tiles donated by Beaumont Tiles this project is well underway. Community members designed mosaic circles which have now been applied to the shelter shed walls and linked with red mosaics. Thanks also to all volunteers and to artist Annabelle Collett, for her inspiration and guidance.
Carole Richardson (above) received a Commendation for her commitment to the community and environment. Peter Smytherman (below with Simon Grenfell from the Alexandrina Council) received the award for Outstanding Community Event which recognises his organisation of the Waterways Event held in October, 2015.