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The Abbey from the North Green

Our “Arty Abbey” session invited families to explore the Abbey building using art techniques.

Sketching shapes and patterns was encouraged through games and challenges before families were invited to paint images of the Abbey or their favourite sections and patterns.

All families throughout the day were invited to contribute to a final montage of the Abbey’s West Front to encourage thinking about scale.

    A sketch of windows in Westminster Abbey made by a child

    Families started with sketching to encourage close looking

    A mother and her son paint a picture of Westminster Abbey

    Adults and children working together to create their masterpiece

    A young girl paints an image of Westminster Abbey

    Families contributed sections of an Abbey montage image

    A child colours-in a line drawing with paint

    Families painted and enjoyed the sun

    A girl paints an image of Westminster Abbey

    This activity encouraged children to think big

    A colourful image of Westminster Abbey painted by children and their families

    The final image of the Abbey's West Front

The Shrine of St Edward the Confessor is one of the most powerful features of the Abbey. To stand in the presence of a man who is both a saint and a monarch is awe-inspiring.

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The Reverend Christopher Stoltz - Minor Canon

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