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2024 welcomes over 500 youth artists

By June 12, 2024No Comments

Over £1000 raised through Elderflower Fields guest ticket donations to support the work of Schools Without Walls


So much creativity and colour was on display at this year’s Schools Without Walls Art Trail at Elderflower Fields.

522 children and young artists from 14 Sussex schools and colleges participated in the Art Active..Naturally project and created inspiring art installations. Festival guests young and old explored the interactive trail and the hard work created by the young people.

The brilliant team of Schools Without Walls art educators worked with:

  • Birchwood Grove Primary School – Burgess Hill
  • Downsview Link College – Brighton
  • Hazel Court School – Eastbourne
  • Ifield Community College – Crawley
  • Manor Green College – Crawley
  • Park Mead Primary School – Upper Dicker
  • Priory School Lewes
  • Roedean School – Brighton
  • Rudyard Kipling School – Woodingean
  • Skippers School – Five Ashes
  • Stafford School – Eastbourne
  • St Christopher’s – Hove
  • St Mark’s Primary School – Brighton
  • Woodland Meed – Burgess Hill

The children and young people involved were invited to visit Elderflower Fields to see their fabulous work on display and enjoy everything else the award-winning family in the Ashdown Forest offers.

Schools Without Walls works on various projects connecting children and young people with art and nature across the county. Festival ticket donations support the work on art trails at Elderflower Fields and the smaller nature-based September event Into The Trees.

Anyone interested in their child’s school or setting participating in Elderflower Fields 2025 please email Caroline Fleming at

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