Photography students received highly commended awards for their efforts to make a disused shop space in Crewe’s Market Shopping Centre look picture perfect.
The enterprising South Cheshire College level three students used their own work to create an eye-catching pop-up exhibition in an empty shop window.
Their exhibition, named Unit 21, was part of the Money for Life Challenge, a national competition providing small grants for 16 to 24-year-olds to run a community project and improve their money management skills.
Sylvia Perrins, chief executive for the National Skills Academy for Financial Services, which runs the challenge, said: “This award recognises that students have delivered an innovative and impactful project.”
Unit 21 was one of only 15 projects to be highly commended.
Featured image caption: From left: students Beth Manley, Beth Knapper, Ela Rakowska, Emma Hayes, Klaudia Wyderkiewicz and Barney Harris in front of their shop window exhibition