Students snap their take on city life for exhibition

Lee Hider with his work at the exhibition
Lee Hider with his work at the exhibition
Samuel Heslop, 13,  from Havant, has been left bruised, grazed and shaken and forced to complete his paper round on foot after he was knocked off his bike by a van in Bedhampton Way  ''Picture: Sarah Standing (180532-716)

News paperboy left screaming in the road after van hit-and-run during his round in Havant

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PHOTOGRAPHY students have put together an exhibition to celebrate the city’s landmarks.

Thirty pupils from Highbury College were tasked with capturing the essence of life as part of the ‘Portsmouth and Me’ exhibition displayed at Portsmouth International Port.

Jamie Connolly-Burnett was among those whose work has been displayed.

The 22-year-old from Gosport said: ‘It’s really exciting to be part of this exhibition because you know that everybody that comes in the building will see your work.

Richard Blair, educational trainer at Highbury College, said: ‘Portsmouth is in the DNA of these students, and they’ve spent the summer selecting the sights that mean most to them.

‘The results are impressive, and the passenger terminal is the perfect place to display their talented take on our city.’