PVL have been working in partnership with Horsham District Council to apply new livery their Mobile Community Hub, formerly known as The Snack Wagon.
The Council’s initiative involved Collyer’s College art students creating the design to give the Snack Wagon a brand-new look, ready for the spring.
With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions the newly liveried vehicle will be out and about across Horsham town locations engaging with young people in the community.
Head of Art at Collyer’s College, Susie McAlister, said:
“At a time when our community is at the forefront of all our minds, to be able to make a positive contribution to everyone’s well-being has been a welcome opportunity for all involved.“Susie McAlister, Head of Art
Partnership with Horsham Council and Collyer’s College
PVL were delighted to be asked to be involved in this project, it has been wonderful to see all the students’ brilliant creative skills in action to deliver a project that will help promote such an important service for local young people.
Fuzzylynn Isaacs, the student winner, said:
“I am just so happy! For me the real point of the project was to produce artwork that benefitted or helped others. Community is important to me and I have been on the receiving end of that support and understand how vital a welcoming place can be.”