Children make Jubilee Flag from Flowers

Cumbrian school children have designed and created a large Jubilee flower flag to commemorate the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations. The children who attend Langdale Primary School created the flower flag and were helped by their parents and local arts trust Littoral.

All thirty eight children whose ages range between four and eleven helped create the flower flag once the designing had finished. The flag measures 20ft x 15ft. The flag is created from locally produced flowers and local stones.

Mark Squires who is the headteacher of Langdale School said, “We really wanted to create something unique for the Jubilee, which was in keeping with the way we work at school, in partnership with the local artists and Littoral. This project fitted the bill perfectly”.

Images of the flower flag went up on school billboards during the Jubilee weekend and will remain throughout the Summer.