New metal railings
have been installed at a community centre in north Wales after funding was raised to replace the previous perimeter.
Cwm Penmachno's community hall was given £70,000 to revamp its facilities and railings, depicting the village's culture, heritage and landscape were installed.
Northwalesweeklynews.co.uk reports that funding was provided by Arts Council Wales and the Conwy Rural Partnership, in addition to the National Lottery, Welsh Assembly and European Agricultural Fund.
Speaking about the changes to the site, Cwm Community Actio Group chairman Aled Owen explained that repairs were needed as the old railings had been there more than a decade.
He added: "We looked for a grant to repair them and put in an application to replace them, then the suggestion of the artwork came about and it just snowballed from there."
It comes after Hereford Cathedral's green area was bordered by new metal railings following a £5.6 million restoration project.
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