WIRRAL school pupils have been busy creating artwork for local railway stations.
Local community group, Love Bebington, has worked with four high schools in the area to create themed pieces of art for Spital and Bebington railway stations.
The schools involved are Co-Op Academy Bebington St. John Plessington Catholic Secondary School Wirral Grammar School for Boys Wirral Grammar School for Girls.
Wirral Grammar School for Girls artwork (Image: Love Bebington)
Students followed briefs including creating pieces of artwork that promote public transport, greener travel and protection of the environment.
Co-op Academy Bebington artwork (Image: Love Bebington)
George Lamb, chair and founder of Love Bebington told the Globe: “Love Bebington is proud to reveal our train station artworks project in partnership with local high schools in Bebington.
“We called upon the students to cover themes ranging from air pollution, trains, buses, electric bikes and cars, cycling, climate change, renewable energy, littering, and deforestation.
Wirral Grammar School for Girls (Image: Love Bebington)
“We’ve done this in partnership with Merseyrail and the By Ours Bebington project, which is a project governed by Sustrans, a national cycling charity.
“The students have done a fantastic job and their artwork really brightens up the station platform. We’re incredibly proud of all of them and thank them for all their hard work.”