Thoresby_Primary_School_3_002.jpgStaff, parents and pupils at a Hull primary school joined forces to give a piece of community art a new lease of life.


A large-scale mural at Thoresby Primary School has been restored back to its former glory with support from Crown Paints.


The works were carried out across a weekend as part of a transformation of the school’s outdoor area for pupils.

Hayley Potts, of Thoresby Primary School, said: “The mural plays a central part in celebrating our school’s history and the children felt passionately about improving and updating it.

“All staff and pupils were involved in the painting work, and we are delighted with the end result.”

Crown Paints, which has a manufacturing site in Sculcoates Lane – donated exterior paints from its Sandtex Trade range for the project.


Thoresby_Primary_School_1_002.jpgEllis Mudd, site manager at Crown Paints in Hull, said: “We were very happy to help such a good cause.


“The mural looks superb and the pupils have left a lasting legacy for future children to enjoy.”