Artwork by local academy students is now on display in shops and businesses in Thorne town centre as part of a exhibition and competition.
The Easter Artwork Hunt Exhibition competition is a joint venture between Trinity Academy students and local businesses, and is running for a two-week period.
A number of premises are taking part in the exhibition, which runs over the Easter holidays until Sunday 28 April.
A spokesperson for Trinity Academy said: “Local youngsters – with the help of family and friends – are encouraged to visit each of the seventeen participating venues around the town to find the artwork displayed and collect the answers to the list of questions that can be collected from any of the shops or from Trinity’s reception.
“In addition to the exhibition, there is also an art competition which is open to both Trinity students and Year 6 pupils from the local primary schools. This requires students to create an image on A4 or A3 paper which is inspired by the artworks seen in the Easter exhibition.
“Prizes on offer range from Easter eggs for the artwork hunt, to the chance for Year 6 students to take part in a Trinity Art Department activity day.”
Premises in Thorne that have work on display include Tate Jones, Lidl, Paris X, Bearded Wonder Antiques, Bliss Café, Bell Brothers Opticians, Canterbury House, Headroom, Thorne Times, Top Draw, Wilson’s Carpets and the Vermuyden Tearooms.