Lanyon Bowdler Scoops Top Prize for Best Military Window DisplayPublished on: 31 July 2019
During the lead up to Armed Forces Day, Shropshire Council encouraged businesses in Shrewsbury to decorate their windows with a military theme for a chance to win a tour of RAF Shawbury for up to 12 staff members.
As members of the Armed Forces Covenant, I was really enthused for us to take part and engaged local artist Sali Nixon to come to paint the windows of our Shrewsbury head office. Find more information and photos in Louise Howard’s blog.
I had been inspired by Sali’s work which I had seen on my previous visits to The Movement Centre, who are one of our supported charities and are based in Oswestry. The Movement Centre provides specialist treatment to support children and their families, across the UK who are living with movement disabilities.
On 31 July 2019 we were delighted to receive a visit from Warrant Officer Nick Williams of RAF Shawbury, bearing the good news of our winning entry. Nick was able to meet and congratulate some of the team at Lanyon Bowdler and got to witness first-hand, Sali’s fantastic artwork.
We very much look forward to enjoying our prize and visiting RAF Shawbury in the near future.
Photo from left to right; Sophie Davies, Brian Evans, Dawn Humphries, Nick Williams, Sali Nixon and Sean McCarthy.
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