BSM art attack boosts charity

Julieta and Emma from Year One

A fundraising art auction at the British School of Marbella has raised €833 for a children’s charity.
More than 100 pupils aged from two to nine swapped pencils for paintbrushes during the school’s Art Week to create the paintings and art work.
They were then auctioned off last Wednesday 17th October with some parents bidding up to 100 euros per piece.
Head Mistress Sian Kirkham, said: “The art work this year was of an exceptionally high standard and although I am delighted with the generosity of our ever supportive parent body, the children’s work is certainly worth every cent.”
The money is being donated to the Muir Maxwell Trust, a paediatric epilepsy charity that supports children and their carers.
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