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Jubilee Corgi project for talented alumna Alice

Former pupil and talented arts scholar, Alice Greenacre, has been selected to design and paint a corgi as a part of the London Heritage Quarter’s Platinum Jubilee Corgi Trail.

There are just 19 of the corgis strategically placed across central London – all named after corgis the Queen has kept as treasured family pets throughout her life.

Alice’s corgi is called Fergus and can be found at the Guards museum in the Wellington Barracks . The corgi will be there until the end of July after which all the corgis will be auctioned off to raise money for charity.

Alice joined Saint Felix aged 7 in 2009 and gained a Art Scholarship at Sixth Form,  leaving the school in 2020.

We wish Alice continued success in her arts career!

If you find yourself in London over the next few months and find a corgi,  Alice (and Saint Felix!) would love to see pictures. Tag your post #thequeenandhercorgis and feel free to tag the Saint Felix Instagram feed @stfelix.school .

To see more about Alice’s artwork follow Alice’s Instagram feed @aliceesme.art

If you’re a former Saint Felix pupil who hasn’t been in touch with for a while please take a moment to update your details and even take time out to complete a case study form – we’d really love to hear from you.

Find out more about scholarships at Saint Felix here