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A glass partition wall designed by our GCSE Graphic Communication students is now on display at the newly opened Canalside Healthcare Centre, Bingley.
38 designs were submitted from students on the theme of ‘Active Bingley’. The Healthcare Centre User Group chose three designs by Ollie Batt, Jack Driver and Alan Brook. These were then further developed by Ollie Batt into the final piece shown above.
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