Children at Armley Primary School have been shortlisted for a top award celebrating land art on the route of the 2018 Tour De Yorkshire.
The land art project was based on a football pitch in Armley Park, next to the route of the cycle race, and saw pupils spell out the name ‘Armley’.
The piece, which included moving human bicycle cogs, was also put together by cyclist and artist Tim Curtis.
Our land art project with @armleyprimary and @timcurtisart at #Armley Park #Leeds to celebrate @letouryorkshire has been shortlisted in this year’s competition. Please vote for the wonderful school children who made this happen. #TDY @LeedsParks https://t.co/dJdDw9xYpQ pic.twitter.com/3ySE7XHQ0e
— CityConnect (@CityConnect1) 8 June 2018
Armley is up against 11 other pieces of land art in this year’s Welcome to Yorkshire Land Art competition. Other nominees include Ackworth, Barnsley, Howden and Thirsk, among others.
You can vote for your favourite here.