The faces of 2,500 primary school children are currently on display in the centre of Borehamwood.

All of the primary school pupils across Borehamwood and the surrounding area were invited to draw a picture of their face as part of the Make a Face - This is Me! project and they are now all proudly hanging in the Piazza near All Saints Church.

The colourful display was officially opened on Monday afternoon by the Mayor of Elstree & Borehamwood, Cllr Victor Eni, and the Mayor of Hertsmere, Cllr Brenda Batten.

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The Mayor of Elstree & Borehamwood with pupils from St Teresa's 

The idea was created by Susan Moser and she then worked with Cllr Pat Strack from Elstree & Borehamwood Town Council to bring the idea to life.

St Nicholas, Parkside, Meryfield, Summerswood, Kenilworth, Saffron Green, Woodlands, and Shenley primary schools were all involved in the project alongside Cowley Hill and St Teresa’s.

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Mrs Moser said: “It was a very simple idea that was devised but this was an opportunity for all the primary school children to draw their own face and have it on magnificent display.

“I’d like to thank all the schools and head teachers, and teachers who helped guide the pupils and the children themselves who demonstrated such great artistic talent for everyone in Elstree & Borehamwood to see.

“Everyone who has walked through the Piazza has done with a huge smile on their face. Many people told me how great it was to see and it really is.”

The display was put up last Friday and will be on show until Monday.

Scroll through the picture gallery to see if you spot anyone familiar and head down to the Piazza before it’s too late.