MURAL artists are being sought by Penryn Town Council to paint a blank wall down by the town's railway station.

The new mural would be to complement the current art work reflecting the town's history through a timeline.

The town council says it would like to hear from anyone that would be interested in painting a Penryn based mural on the blank wall next to the railway station in Penryn.

"Hopefully to align with mural that was designed some years ago by our Penryn School children," it said. "The council are happy to make a gratuity for materials."

To express an interest you can email or ring 01326 373086.

The original mural was the result of a community art collaborative project between Falmouth University and local schoolchildren which was was unveiled in 2014.

The mural, which took five years to come to fruition, was one of several shortlisted designs by university students who worked with pupils from Penryn College and Penryn Junior School to develop an artwork which would reflect the town's history.

The design chosen was a timeline of Penryn which captured many key moments in the town and also the iconic buildings from Glasney College to the iconic clock tower and Jubilee Wharf.