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mark s

Hi Jonny, I was at GB11. 'You are what you eat' looked great from the pictures. I'm sorry I and others didn't get to see it.

From the pics I am guessing it was in one of the 'messy space' stables alongside all the other stables that had been kitted out with things for the kids(0-7's?), dressing up, ball pool, drawing/colouring etc.. V.sad it was trashed but i'd blame the supervision or the location not the kids.
ps Harry awsome at Last Orders


I agree - the installation was right next to the pre-schoolers messy space (which was excellently done). Every other stable was filled with a different type of toy for our little darlings to play with, and there was a very reasonably priced cafe in the marquee in the centre for the adults to have some much needed time to relax whilst the toddlers played. The installation really should have been located elsewhere!

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