‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural brightens up underpass in Chatteris

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris. - Credit: Archant

A “beautiful and vibrant” mural is to be the centrepiece of Chatteris thanks to painting work that’s well underway this week.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris. - Credit: Archant

The Larham Way underpass is already benefit from a splash of colour thanks to local businesses voluntarily working together over the next week.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris. - Credit: Archant

Cambridgeshire police has teamed up with children at Cromwell Community college and local business including Metalcraft, Alan Bartlett and Sons Ltd, Produce World Group, Travis Perkins, Ellis Winters Estate Agents, Maxey Grounds Estate Agents and The Green Welly Cafe & Motel to get the work underway.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris.

‘Beautiful and vibrant’ mural set to brighten up Larham Way underpass in Chatteris. - Credit: Archant

A notice posted to the site reads: “Volunteers from Cromwell and Cambridgeshire Constabulary (Fenland) will be painting a mural in this underpass funded by local businesses using ideas from local school children.

A “beautiful and vibrant” mural is set to be the centrepiece of Chatteris as volunteers begin painti

A “beautiful and vibrant” mural is set to be the centrepiece of Chatteris as volunteers begin painting the Larham Way underpass. - Credit: Archant

“This will be a piece of art that represents what Chatteris means to young people to be enjoyed by the whole community.


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“This is to give the residents of Chatteris a beautiful and vibrant piece of artwork for years to come.”

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