03:05AM, Saturday 16 August 2014
An underwater world has taken over the gallery at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.
Models of mermaids and pirates made by around 950 primary school children across the area can be seen swimming around the watery world.
Artist Benedict Romain visited 11 primary schools to help the children create the watery creatures.
At the top of the gallery sits sea monster 'Splashy', named by six-year-old Lucy Palfery, who was made by visitors at Art on the Street in June.
The gallery also has a 'junk coral' sculpture, which people can add to on their visit to the Altwood Road venue.
The exhibition runs until early September.
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Hundreds of students across East Berkshire and South Bucks collected their results on Thursday, August 16
Our reporting team spoke to students in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead throughout the morning with the latest reaction, stories, photos and pass rates from schools across the area.