A BASINGSTOKE school is on the hunt for a commemorative tapestry that appears to have gone missing.

Fairfields Primary School, based in Council Road, is missing the piece of artwork, pictured, that was made by resident Lisa Gee to commemorate 100 years of the school being open.

The tapestry was made in 1988 and was meant to stay hanging in the school for another 100 years.

The piece of art depicts the school building and children playing in the fields, with ‘Not for one, but for all’ written at the bottom.

Headteacher Kelly Dillon said: “The previous headteacher and existing staff who have been at the school for 25 years do not remember seeing it and so we do need the public’s help for any information. We would love to have it back to hang in pride of place in the hall if anyone does have it tucked away in their attic.”

If anyone has any information, call the school on 01256 473 886 or e-mail admin@fairfields.hants.sch.uk.