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Invited guests descended on Croydon College this week for the launch of Unlocked, the student’s end of year exhibition.

Students showcased their creative skills in fashion, music, art, animation, and sculpture.

Guests were also treated to live music and food and drink.

Sarah Jones, MP for Croydon Central, was also in attendance, admiring the students’ skills.

Jake Barnes, an Art & Design student, said: “I chose Art & Design because I wanted to be creative and challenge myself to get better.

“I wanted to show people that there are no limitations when it comes to creativity.”

Unlocked opens to the public on Monday 20 June until Friday 24 June, from 10am to 4pm.

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