Art student designs Save St Helier poster

The poster designed by Sam Harrison

The poster designed by Sam Harrison

First published in Save St Helier

A group of sixth formers have designed a new poster for the Save St Helier Campaign, as details of a major protest are announced.

Students at Carshalton Boys Sports College have become involved in the campaign after learning about the proposed closure of St Helier’s A&E, maternity, and children’s wards, in citizenship lessons.

The poster was designed by Sam Harrison, a year 12 art student.

He said: "I am really pleased that my artwork will help to promote a cause that is really important to me and everyone who relies on St Helier's services.”

The poster will be used to promote the campaign and a protest picnic on the green space in front of the hospital on September 8.

The event is intended to bring together those opposed to the cuts in a show of force.

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2:25pm Wed 18 Jul 12

David7 says...

Nice work by the students... but has Tom Brake hijacked the campaign? Again?
Nice work by the students... but has Tom Brake hijacked the campaign? Again? David7
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10:38am Mon 13 Aug 12

kazza76 says...

would like to rectify the information given as one of the team of people who are organising this that it is a family picnic and funday NOT a protest as you have quoted above. All are welcome to come along you can meet your MP and let your children enjoy the activitys and tombolas etc. We are looking for volunteers for the day to help out we are also looking for donations for the tombolas/lucky dips etc. should you be interested in helping out please contact me via the save st helier maternity and a&e page on face book many thanks
karen x
would like to rectify the information given as one of the team of people who are organising this that it is a family picnic and funday NOT a protest as you have quoted above. All are welcome to come along you can meet your MP and let your children enjoy the activitys and tombolas etc. We are looking for volunteers for the day to help out we are also looking for donations for the tombolas/lucky dips etc. should you be interested in helping out please contact me via the save st helier maternity and a&e page on face book many thanks karen x kazza76
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