Primary School Artists – bring the story of the Hiroshima gingko tree and the wider atomic bombings to a new young audience.

Here at Manchester Museum there is a wonderful exhibition of primary school children’s artwork reflecting the powerful symbol trees played in the lives of people affected by atomic bombs.

Have a look through these images and see the thought-provoking work that helps to broaden the awareness of how life is and how the fight for hope continues after an atomic bomb has destroyed everything.

Truly inspiring work, well done to all the children at:

Birchfield Primary School, St Bernard’s Primary School, Heald Place Primary School, St Margaret Mary’s Primary School, Webster Primary School and Manley Park Primary School.

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