Students bring Mediterranean to Wisbech St Mary
COLLEGE of the West Anglia students brought a taste of the Mediterranean to Wisbech St Mary by constructing a mock villa as a back drop for a plant display.
The students at the college’s Isle Campus have been taking part in the project to construct a Mediterranean facade for Fenland company Delamore Young Plants.
“With help from the College of West Anglia, we have now created house front scenes to enhance images and provide the ever important ‘lifestyle’ atmosphere for photographs,” Delamore’s Sarah Curtis.
“The house fronts designed and constructed by the students are a fantastic addition to the trials garden and we thank all those involved for their efforts”.
CWA programme manager for construction Alan Seeley said: “This experience has proved an excellent opportunity for our construction students to expand their experience and knowledge of the industry.
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“All of the students involved have shown outstanding ability. They worked hard to erect this build within the time frame, showing off their talents and vocational skills acquired whilst at college.”
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