Art brightens site

COLOUR Left to right, John Waterfield, Liam Hart, artist Oliver Merkin and David Rodgers at the unveiling of the mural
COLOUR Left to right, John Waterfield, Liam Hart, artist Oliver Merkin and David Rodgers at the unveiling of the mural

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RESIDENTS from a home supporting vulnerable young people have unveiled a mural.

The art is on temporary hoardings surrounding the site where the Portsmouth Foyer is moving to in Isambard Brunel Road, Portsmouth.

The new site will provide a home for 54 vulnerable and disadvantaged young people aged 16 to 25.

Currently the Portsmouth Foyer is in Edinburgh Road.

Charlie Barnes, a resident of the Portsmouth Foyer, said: ‘I’m so proud of the painting, and how it looks at the development site.

‘I suggested we include a building in the design, which everyone thought was a great idea.’

The development is being carried out by company Lovell, which has started work.

The new building is likely to be completed in spring next year.