Harrogate residents and businesses are being asked to submit ideas to help give Cambridge Place a colourful makeover.
Harrogate Business Improvement District is working in partnership with Oxford Street-based charity, Artizan International, to install mosaics in the nine, blocked-out windows, on the side of the Boots building.
Each window space will spell out Harrogate — and the two organisations are looking for inspiration on what might go on the individual backgrounds.
Harrogate BID manager Matthew Chapman said:
“Cambridge Place is an extremely popular pedestrian cut-through between Cambridge Street and Oxford Street, yet one of the drabbest in the town.
“Now, in partnership with Artizan International, we want to give this street a real lift by installing nine colourful and eye-catching mosaics in these nine blocked out windows.
“Whilst each one will feature an individual letter to spell out Harrogate, we are asking for suggestions to create the individual backgrounds. The only proviso being it must be representative of the town itself.
“This could be its spa heritage, iconic buildings, or famous names and businesses associated with the town. We will leave it up to individuals, then choose nine different ideas.
“These will then be turned into mosaics by the Artizan International team, giving this much used thoroughfare a real splash of colour.”
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Ideas can either be emailed to Harrogate BID at [email protected], or left with Artizan International, at their shop located at 39 Oxford Street, Harrogate.
The closing date is Friday, July 2.