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In pictures: Pont y Werin children's drawings

Tim Burns picture

Children from Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan entered a competition to draw pictures themselves on the new Pont y Werin bridge. Tim Burns was the winner from Cogan Primary School, Penarth.

Drawing by Lydia Harris

Lydia Harris was the winner from Mount Stuart Primary School in Cardiff. The faces of the two winners will appear on the benches at either end of the bridge.

Saeed Achmed drawing

The Cardiff bench will also feature Sybil Williams of Pedal Power and Cardiff Devils ice hockey star Jason Stone. This drawing by Saeed Achmed was runner up from Mount Stuart Primary School.

Carys Sparkes picture

A picture by Carys Sparkes from Cogan. The Penarth bench will feature portraits of Nicole Cooke and Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson as well as Tim Burns.

Nora Nagova drawing

A drawing by Nora Nagova of Mount Stuart Primary School.

Drawing by Delmar Jubilan

Another entry from Mount Stuart Primary School by Delmar Jubilan, which shows the existing road bridge in the background.

Alex Mercer's picture

Alex Mercer from Cogan helpfully includes some descriptions on how the bridge works.

Nagwar Hassan drawing

Nagwar Hassan from Mount Stuart Primary School drew this picture. The 5m bridge is due to open to cyclists and pedestrians in June.

Edil Mohamed drawing

This one is by Edil Mohamed of Mount Stuart Primary School.

Casey Jones picture

Casey Jones from the reception class at Cogan drew this picture.

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