Banksy left Bridge Farm Primary a playground mural to say thank you

The world's most famous graffiti artist has secretly trespassed onto the school grounds of a Bristol primary and left a mural for the children.

The artist, who is from Bristol, painted a stick-wielding child chasing a burning tyre on the side of Bridge Farm Primary in Whitchurch while the pupils were away on half term.

Banksy chose the school because they named a classroom after the world-famous artist, who has preciously painted on government buildings and in warzones.

Source: Banksy left Bridge Farm Primary a playground mural to say thank you | Daily Mail Online

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