West Sussex pupils make their marks

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PUPILS added their mark to the nationwide art festival, the Cultural Olympiad, by creating flags for an historic site.

Forty students from Bishop Luffa School in Chichester, visited Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens to join artist Tiffany Robinson.

Together they made flags from old textbooks which they embellished to tell personal stories about their lives and interests.

At the end of the workshop they placed the flags in the grounds as part of the international Dysarticulate art project.

The aim of the project is to make and place a million flags by the end of 2012.

Antony Muzzall, from Fishbourne, said: ‘It was a great success.’