21st November 2012

Bright spark kids light up Thetford Forest!

Rojo Art have come together with Norfolk schoolchildren to create a unique collection of Eco friendly works of art made from plastic bottles and boxes. The idea is to create a spectacular light show using recycled household containers as decorations for the trees at High Lodge, which is the venue chosen by the East Anglian art company.

High Lodge in Thetford Forest is the place to experience the new and unique Electric Forest spectacular, a series of night shows, which will be part of an innovative new project to be held throughout the first half of December. Coloured lighting and an array of weird and wonderful hand produced plastic and recycled shapes will bedeck the forest and offer a fantastic evening out for all the family. Music and sound will compliment the various pieces of art work and there is to be a treasure trail to add to the evening's entertainment. Local children from Elveden Primary school have joined forces with Norwich Road Primary school to create the specially made pieces of art that are proudly displayed in the woodland canopy. This is a rare opportunity for families to get out and enjoy the forest and all its inhabitants at night in a safe and Eco friendly environment and has provided the opportunity for local children to be involved in a really fun way.

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