CHILDREN from a Runcorn primary school have joined forces to create heartfelt artwork to mark Remembrance Day.

Children from Murdishaw West Community Primary School came together to present an exquisite collection of artwork, that both captivated the eye and touched the heart.

There was an impressive range of creations, from delicate watercolour paintings to vibrant acrylics, sketches, and even sculptures.

A spokesman for the school said: "The creative diversity on display and the thought, respect and reflection was a testament to the vibrancy of the young minds at Murdishaw West Community Primary School.The exhibition not only highlighted the creative prowess of the children but also conveyed a profound message of Remembrance that resonated deeply with visitors of all ages.

"The pieces on display served as a reminder of the importance of cherishing the moments, events, and individuals who have left a lasting mark on our world."

A special highlight of the exhibition was the visit from the Mayor of Halton, who took time out to experience the creative energy of the young artists. The Mayor's presence added a touch of honour to the event and brought smiles to the faces of the children.

This art exhibition served as a poignant reminder that art is not only a means of creative expression but also a powerful tool for conveying messages of remembrance, reflection, and celebration.