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Resident Talents: Part two


Northshore’s recent Fete was the perfect opportunity for residents to showcase their hard work and creativity. Here’s a snapshot of some of the great pieces that were designed and crafted in the Village.

John Vincent: Turning waste and nature into works of art

John is a man of many talents and one of them is re-purposing objects into artwork. After collecting hundreds of bulbs after they fall to the ground he turned them into a castle, a snake and a few other clever creations. John’s turned a number of quirky pieces of wood and sticks into interesting walking sticks as well.

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Even his lighthouse and its house is recycled – could you tell the lighthouse is made from a postage tube and soft drink bottle, or that the house is a tissue box and discarded tray?

Artists Unite: a mixture of pieces

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Tuesday mornings is where the magic happens at Northshore. The Art Group get together and the creativity fills the room. Here are just a few of the wonderful pieces of work.

Jim Hanney: Woodworking

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Jim’s hands are quite talented when it comes to woodwork. From salt and pepper shakers to toys to clocks, there isn’t much he hasn’t created.

Find out more about our Northshore Village and the activities you could be involved in here.