BEING able to paint the Earth from the moon and becoming a world-class pianist are some of the dreams of Ashford children.
Imaginations were fired at a half-term workshop at the Kip McGrath Education Centre in Norman Road.
Children were asked to produce creative writing explaining their dreams and all those who took part are being entered into a national competition.
Centre owner Sally Fisher said: “We had a really good turnout. One of the children wanted to go to the moon so she could look back at the Earth and paint it, somebody else wrote about being a pianist and one of the children said they just wanted to be happy and wrote all about what happiness means.”
A big thank you to the pupils of Ashford who gave up a day of their half term to write about their Big Dream.