CROOME Court lovers have added reason to wing their way over as the National Trust property soars to new heights.

Artist Amrit Singh - known as MrASingh - has teamed up with the historic estate near High Green, community groups and schools to decorate seven large fibreglass birds for the Seven Birds of Croome which launches on Saturday.

Each sculpture will be placed in various locations across Croome’s grounds for visitors to discover until Sunday, January 14.

The National Trust's Jenine McGaughran, creative producer for South Worcestershire, said: “Seven Birds of Croome has been a dream project to deliver in partnership with so many talented individuals.

"We’re passionate about harnessing a connection to nature and place through creativity and working with others to tell our remarkable stories.

"To witness the participants get inspiration from Croome and to encourage and support their own creative responses, under the expert supervision of award-winning artist MrASingh, has been an amazing experience. 

"We can’t wait for the finished artworks to bring delight and joy to our visitors over the festive season.” 

Mr Singh worked with groups on the project including Worcestershire Association of Carers, Hanley Castle High School and Sixth Form Centre, Pershore Riverside Centre, Monday Night Club, Oasis Community Hub Warndon, Pershore Craft and Chat and Croome staff and volunteers.  

The artist said: “It's been a truly enriching experience working with the participants on the Seven Birds of Croome project.

"Guiding each group through the Looking Closely theme, we explored a diverse range of artistic expressions from abstract to texture and zentangle to geometric.

"Together, we delved into inspiration sessions, ignited ideas and crafted impressive artworks on fibreglass sculptures.

"Witnessing their pride in creating something extraordinary on a fibreglass sculpture for the first time has made this journey truly fantastic." 

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