HARLOW College art students have been going ‘slightly mad’, to raise money for the charity kids inspire.
The first year level two college students staged a Mad Hatter’s tea party in the reception area of the College, selling multiple cakes, cupcakes and cookies.
They also showcased the art that they had made as a class, which was inspired by the children’s story Alice in Wonderland. They made plates out of clay and cutlery out of polystyrene.
Krasimira Doychinova, a Harlow College student said, “I really enjoyed making the cutlery and plates for the Mad Hatter’s tea party. I liked the creativity and designing my plate.
“I couldn’t be happier with the result we got from making and conducting the fundraiser and I hope that we have raised a significant amount of money for our chosen charity.”