120 Hopes: Online gallery

In collaboration with West End Centre in Aldershot and Rushmoor Borough Council, artists Susan Merrick, Lorna Rees and Candice Camacho created 120 painted, but blank, placards and delivered them to local Aldershot schools, Alderwood School and St Michaels Junior school, where pupils have turned them into messages of hope.

Not only are all of the children's placards now on display throughout Aldershot town centre, but they're also below for you to browse through whilst at home...

#120Hopes spotted on location

Want to create your own placard of hope at home? Catch the tutorial with Susan and Candice here, and remember to spread your hope by sharing your creation with us on social media! Tag West End Centre on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #120Hopes...

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