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Entrants from four... to 101

THE annual Diana Nelson Art Awards attracted entrants from aged four to 101.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the community centre, the Leeds Jewish Welfare Board competition was open to the whole community.

Top prize in the adult category went to mother-of-three Gina Gordon, who won with her sculpture Growth. Other winners were Marianna Apostulakis and young artists Jasmine Taylor and Jemima Broch.

The oldest entrant was 101-year-old Rose Price, a resident at Donisthorpe Hall.

London-born Diana Nelson died in 2005. Husband Martin established the competition to perpetuate her memory.



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