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Cake-themed work by young artists goes on show at north Norfolk country estate

PUBLISHED: 10:54 10 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:29 10 May 2018

Artist Tracy Weston with Stody Young Talent Award winners P Morrison, Olivia Lavelle and Aubrey McCosh. Photo: Stody Lodge Gardens

Artist Tracy Weston with Stody Young Talent Award winners P Morrison, Olivia Lavelle and Aubrey McCosh. Photo: Stody Lodge Gardens

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An annual art competition for north Norfolk school children saw the work of three budding young artists professionally framed and exhibited to the public.

Vintage vehicles line up at the annual Stody Lodge Gardens classic car show, which takes place on May 13. Photo: Stody Lodge GardensVintage vehicles line up at the annual Stody Lodge Gardens classic car show, which takes place on May 13. Photo: Stody Lodge Gardens

Now in its fourth year, the Stody Young Talent Awards challenged primary school children aged eight to eleven to produce a piece of work on theme of cake baking.

Local artist Tracy Weston, who judged the competition, chose finalists from three age categories, with the winners’ work framed and put on show at the annual Kids for Kids charity day, held at Stody Lodge Gardens, near Holt.

The winning artists were P Morrison, of Beeston Prep School, whose cake depicted firework candles, Aubrey McCosh, also of Beeston Prep, who painted a watercolour cake and Olivia Lavelle, of Gresham’s Prep, who produced a colourful party cake.

Ms Weston also made special mention of Patrycja Koialka, from Holt Primary School, Jamie Philippi, of Beeston Prep and Gresham’s Prep pupil Inez Clarke.

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