Hunstanton High Street shop Pain Me Ceramics has joined together with the HDFA to produce an exciting new tile wall feature on the sea front.
The Hunstanton and District Festival of Arts had done a tile project for the Jubilee, which proved a great success.
It captured the imagination and creativity skills of the whole community and visitors. The theme this year will be memories of Hunstanton.
Suzy Mason, owner of Paint Me Ceramics, said: “Since we took over in June last year, we have been working on a number of different projects.
“This one is the most exciting, as it helps brighten up Hunstanton promenade.
“All age groups can get involved, we all have different experiences of Hunstanton.
“You could paint your favourite ice cream, sunset scene or, if you’re old enough to remember, something from the boating lakes, a memory from the old Kit kat or even a train from a childhood visit.”
The first opportunity to paint a tile will be at the Blossom Day, at the Hunstanton Community Day on Saturday.
For just £10 you can paint a tile, with your favourite memories, this will then be glazed and securely attached, next to the original project.
Don’t worry if you’re not artistic as you can use stencils or stamps to help you design your masterpiece.