It’s been a difficult year for many due to the disruptive and challenging effects of the pandemic, but we took every opportunity we could to spread a little cheer and colour with our clients’ PR campaigns.
St Edward’s Schools’ Rainbow Art Display at Hartland Village was no exception. In April, the developer teamed up with local schools and community groups in Hart and Rushmoor for a special art project to show appreciation and support for the NHS and other essential workers.
It was such a pleasure to run such a heart-warming and community-focused campaign which saw dozens of local children submit their rainbow-themed paintings and drawings, which were then proudly displayed on the digital display hoarding at Hartland Village in Fleet.
As there were so many submissions the artwork was being rotated to provide an ever-changing vista and demonstrate the community’s support and cheer for essential workers driving past on the way to and from work, and for local walkers taking their daily exercise in the surrounding woodlands.
The display and response from the community was also featured in several local news publications, encouraging even more people to get involved.