Kiamma Creek to get a splash of colour

A SPLASH OF COLOUR: The art work to be used on the disabled walkway at Kiamma Creek
A SPLASH OF COLOUR: The art work to be used on the disabled walkway at Kiamma Creek

Councillors voted unanimously to allow Kiamma Creek Landcare Group to proceed with a mural project for the newly-constructed disabled pathway at Kiamma Creek’s Pat Cullen Reserve.

POSITION: The central position where the art work will be painted on the walkway.

POSITION: The central position where the art work will be painted on the walkway.

The mural is hoped to be completed in time for the official opening of the ramp on Saturday, 18 November 2017, which will be attended by the Mayor and other interested Councillors.

The mural will be a combined work of local artists Margaret Shepherd and Sally Wilson along with some high school students from the Links to Learning group.

Seven male students from the year 8 group will be undertaking the works with Mrs Shepherd and Ms Wilson.

They have been to the site and measured the project, created the design and are now trialing some paint and designs.

The project depends on funding that the group has applied for.