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Coronation Mural Picture at Woodley and Earley Day Services

Woodley and Earley Community Lives customers, who participate in the “express yourself” group have been working together on a Coronation artwork. People with disabilities and long-term conditions came together to create a mural picture that showcases their unique perspectives and artistic abilities.

The project was initiated and organised by Jenni, Tanya and Nink, with their guidance, the customers were able to explore their creativity, unleash their imaginations, and express themselves in a way that truly reflected their individuality.

The mural picture, which is now on display at Westmead Service, is a beautiful representation of the diverse range of skills and talents of the participants and their unique perspectives.

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