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THIS amazing wool covered motorbike is just one of the fantastic pieces of art being shown at the Nine Days Arts Trail, in Havant.

Katie Corbin’s piece, called Its not my Boyfriend’s, was her final degree piece for the Open University.

She taught herself to knit by watching YouTube videos. It is now in The Spring arts and heritage centre, East Street, Havant, as part of a festival celebrating art that created in the borough.

It begins on Saturday and over the Bank Holiday with artists in Havant, Hayling Island, Leigh Park and Waterlooville opening up their homes and studios for free for art lovers to see their work.

Emsworth artists open their doors on June 4 and 5. It is organised by Havant Borough Council. To find out more go to thespring.co.uk.