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With the help of neon paint, over 100 kids produced a glow in the dark art gallery

Local children donned their aprons, brought their creative flair to the table and made the most of an abundance of neon paint to create over 100 masterpieces for a one-off glow in the dark art gallery at the Grosvenor Shopping Centre this week.

Their sketches were also joined by contributions made by local artists from the area as well as some fantastic pieces produced by those from Space 4 Autism which is a locally-run charity group.

Kids queued outside the doors of the empty unit before 11am and, for two hours, worked with stickers, glowing glue and paint to bring their imaginations and Grosvenor Shopping Centre’s very own art gallery to life once the lights were switched off between 1pm and 3pm.