Creative buzz

A group of 13 to 16 year-olds in care were able to practise their graffiti skills on an old car in a creative project organised by national youth homelessness charity Centrepoint.

Let loose with spray paints in Oxford's Jericho Boat Yard, the youngsters decided that the emblem of a wasp best described the way they were perceived by outsiders.

Sarah Ashfield, development worker for Centrepoint, said that the activity had given the teenagers "a chance to demonstrate their hardiness while pulling off an ambitious design".

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