CarnaudMetalBox Engineering showcases art from children’s competition

CarnaudMetalBox Engineering is displaying the children's art around its factory.

CarnaudMetalBox Engineering (CMbE) has recently been inspired by the uplifting paintings and drawings by children that are being displayed in windows of homes during the coronavirus lockdown, as well as by the campaign launched by Crown.

The company sent a request to all its employees, asking them to send in their own children’s creations for a competition in honour of celebrating essential workers during this challenging period. The prompts for the artwork were: ‘Saving the world one can at a time’, ‘Rainbows’ and ‘Easter’.

The children with the winning art received Amazon vouchers and every child who entered received an Easter egg from CMbE as a show of appreciation.

CMbE received over 80 pictures and these have all been pinned up around the company’s factory and sent out to employees who are working from home to spread the joy.

First place went to Sophie Metcalfe, aged 8, with this colourful picture:

Click here to find out more and to view all the children’s artwork.

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