Tree of Life

A big "thank you" to Craigtoun supporter, Jaclyn Stuart, who recently installed this lovely piece of artwork in the Craigtoun Cafe. The painting contains a plethora of wildlife and children (and adults!) can pick up a checklist to see how many of these intricate details they can spot.

To find out more about Jaclyn Stuart and her work, please visit her website:

Birds: 9

Bees: 11

Ladybirds: 16

Mice: 2

Fish: 17

Dragonflies: 7

Frogs: 2

Butterflies: 4

Squirrels: 3

Snails: 2

Caterpillars: 3

Eggs: 5

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