On Saturday 3rd November, the awards ceremony for the Angels in Our City competition took place in Jubilee Library. The competition to create an angel, either an image or a piece of writing, to represent Brighton & Hove in all its diversity was run by the Interfaith Connect Group. There were four different age categories with four prize winners and runners up, and additional entries were highly commended. Friends and family gathered in Jubilee Library to see the prizes and certificates awarded by the Mayor of Brighton & Hove, Cllr Dee Simson. Tea and cake were consumed and everyone had a great time.
Everyone admired the winning entries, which are displayed in the foyer of the library for a week. There is also a fascinating complementary exhibition of angel images, Angels: the devotional and the decorative, taken from the library’s special collections, on display in the Tony Miller Rare Books Room on the upper floor.
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