03:04AM, Wednesday 18 July 2012
Schoolchildren and their families racked their brains to come up with iconic images of Windsor.
The children from Trinity St Stephen School in Vansittart Road teamed with their families in special 'after school' sessions to create the images in felt on a fabric background.
Luckily, 26 families came forward - one icon for each letter of the alphabet.
The resulting 6ft by 5ft creation is topped off by the school logo, knitted by headteacher Dalwyn Attwell.
You can see it at nearby St Stephen's Church until Monday.
Over the next month it will also be displayed at the Firestation in St Leonard's Road, Holy Trinity Church in Claremont Road, Windsor Library on Bachelors Acre, the museum at the Guildhall, and - to pupils' delight - the Education Centre at Windsor Castle from August 27 to September 2.
It returns to the school next term.
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