Young people at a Northumberland children’s facility have donated artwork to a centre in Blyth.
Youngsters from Kyloe House, near Morpeth, have presented a silk painting they designed to the Buffalo Community Centre.
The silk work is one of the many art work specialties that the young people design within their art sessions.
The work was presented to Foster Burt at the community centre.
He said the quality is fantastic and the young people have a vast amount of talent.
He added that the enthusiasm of the art teacher, Trish Cooke, was evident when visiting the home recently as “her passion for art inspires the young people to produce such talented work and they should be really proud of their achievements”.