A unique mural celebrating the rich history and heritage of
Chester’s Brook Street is unveiled on Monday, 8 August.
The Chester Renaissance project on the side of number 73 has
been created by artist Gary Drostle and will be unveiled by
Councillor Herbert Manley, Executive Member for Prosperity which
“There has been a great deal of interest during the two months
it has taken to create the mural and scaffolding on four levels has
acted as an untended veil” said Councillor Manley.
“The mural’s street scene is animated with references to events
from the past and the present and I am sure will be enjoyed by
residents, visitors and shoppers.”
Added Steven Broomhead, Chairman of Chester Renaissance: “The
ten metres by eight metres mural could become a tourist attraction
in its own right which is great news for local businesses.
“It is sited at a very busy thoroughfare between St Anne’s
Street and Brook Street and adds to the special character of the
Information can also be found on the Brook
Street mural design development page.
Cllr Herbert Manley unveils the new Brook Street mural