Banksy At Bridge Farm

“In this particular instance, we sent a note to Banksy’s PR – saying please doing something with us or for us and this is his response”.

 Geoff Mason, Headmaster of Bridge Farm School

Imagine finding a Banksy on the side of your school, the first day after half term. That’s exactly what happened to Bridge Farm School, after they wrote a letter inviting him to do something at their school.

Freelance Mum, Faye Dicker took a visit to her old stomping ground, to interview headmaster Geoff Mason and find out why Banksy was invited to the school and the headmaster’s take on the brush work.

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