The street art scene in St Annes is growing.
A group of leading urban street artists have painted new murals as part of a fresh ‘On the Wall’ project produced by Blackpool-based charity Creative Arts and Futures.
The new works follow the success of Manchester duo Nomad Clan bringing the first-ever professional street art mural to Back St Annes Road West in the town centre in December.
Nomad Clan, consisting of Hayley Garner and Joy Gilleard, have returned to add another work, while they have been joined by renowned urban art specialists Seca One, Tank Petrol and Catch 22.
David Hirst of Creative Arts and Futures said: “All the artists have varying styles and will complement the existing works already on display in the town.”