David Hirst of Creative Arts and Futures once again brought an urban art project to St Annes Back West Arts Trail. Building on the success of a beautiful piece from internationally renowned Nomad Clan and facilitated by STEP (St Annes Enterprise Partnership) and STEP Arts Officer Amanda Joynt, David brought in four extremely talented urban artists: Nomad Clan, Seca One Art, Catch-22 Art and Tankpetrol.

Local urban artist Tangerine Art Co and members of local network ICAN were on site while the four pieces were completed over the May bank holiday weekend and hung on walls down the art trail the following day.

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