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What would you draw on a postcard of Farsley? Mural project asks for village views

A community arts collective in Farsley is embarking on an ambitious project to bring a series of public murals to brighten village streets.

Over the next few months Project Farsley is giving residents the opportunity to contribute their thoughts on what should be included in community led murals about Farsley, as well as giving people a say in which artist should create the artworks.

An online consultation document asking people what they would draw on a postcard of Farsley can be found here.

An offline consultation in Farsley Co-op, Town Street, ends today (Sunday), with people urged to draw or write onto the postcards provided near the tills on what they think deserves to be included on a mural/postcard that represents Farsley.

The group posted on Twitter: “We love Farsley, and recognise it’s a hub of creativity with lots of people, organisations, and businesses doing amazing stuff, all the time! We’re currently fundraising and undertaking community consultation to produce a mural that represents those who call Farsley their home.

“We’ve been fizzing with this idea for some time now, and the plans have really started to bubble after we received seed funding from @LEEDS_2023 to conduct community outreach work and commission an artist (more on that very soon!)”

More details about Project Farsley via e-mail on The project can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

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