A completed community art project that started back in June is set to be revealed for the first time this weekend.

Truro Pannier Market's 'Hands Together' mural is set to be revealed in its completed form nearly four months after the project initially kicked off.

On Children’s Day, in June, Truro Pannier Market took the opportunity to embark on an enormous community art project.

Over 1,200 local children contributed to the Pannier Market’s “Hands Together” mural.

The art piece is set to hang on permanent display in the Market after it is unveiled officially at Midday on Saturday September 25 by Mayor Steven Webb.

Falmouth Packet: The mural of hands will be unveiled this weekend. The mural of hands will be unveiled this weekend.

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A spokesperson for the organisers said: "This Community Art piece represents our return to being “Together.”

"Both celebrating more normal times, while reflecting upon what has been learnt about the true meaning of togetherness.

"The last year has brought new meaning to the concept of being “Together”.

"This applies from Cornwall to the rest of the Globe, so it is fitting that our School Children make their enduring mark here in Truro to commemorate this unprecedented time.

The mural is sponsored by Mobileworld, Burgess Bedding, Joli Boutique, Stitches, Truro Shoe Repairs & Key Cutting, Tinman Panorama, Watch-It & All About Frames.

It features the work of Archbishop Benson C of E Primary School, Blackwater Community Primary School, Chacewater Community Primary School, Devoran School, Kea Community Primary School & Probus Primary School.

The Pannier Market Traders warmly invite everyone to join us on Saturday to witness the unveiling and view the colourful (and sizeable!) creation.