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With a theme of Aspirations and Transformations, the designs for the ceremonies for Cerebral Palsy (CP) Games were always going to be brilliant.
Led by Jessica Kemp, the Year 2 pupils from Seely Primary School (Nottingham) created some inspired drawings, and with a bit of help from Kinetika they were turned into large silk discs that were used in the opening, closing and medal ceremonies.
There were 36 designs in total and four distinct sub-themes; Sports (orange), Creativity (red), Environment (green), and Health & Well-being (blue).
We were thrilled to have been part of such a memorable event and many thanks go to Alison Denholm (City Arts) for her key role in putting it together and getting us involved.
To see all 36 designs click here to the gallery page.
Producer (City Arts): Alison Denholm
Director: Jamie Beddard
Assistant Producer (Dance4): Becky Aram
Assistant Director: Claire Hodgson
Circus Director: Billy Alwen
Textile Designers: Ali Pretty, Jessica Kemp, Mark Forrest, Year 2’s – Seely Primary School
For more information about CP Games click here.