TWO schoolgirls have used their time in lockdown creatively with a piece of artwork designed to give fellow youngsters hope.

Ceri-Anne And Scarlett Davies from Llanllwchaiarn village have decided to join the latest craze, collecting and painting rocks with positive inspiring words and designs.

They have made a snake consisting of more than 30 rocks which has been placed along a path in their village, and people can add to it with their own rocks.

Their rock designs include a tribute to the NHS and a rainbow rock.

Ceri-Anne and Scarlett said: “It’s something for all us kids and adults get involved in, giving us hope.”

For more pictures of the rocks there is a Facebook page called ‘Llanllwchaiarn Snake Rocks’.