It is encouraging children to get creative with arts and crafts while they are not at school.
“We would love to see you create a magical Easter tree with things you collect in nature,” said Amanda Wooldridge, from the gallery.
“We’ve used clay as a base but you could use play dough or anything else you can get your hands on.
“We’re often with our family at Easter time so how about adding some family characters, what about a grandad climbing your tree?”
Winning pieces of craft and artwork to be put on display when the gallery eventually reopens.
The gallery, in Market Place, already dedicates space for showing arts and crafts by local schoolchildren.
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