WINDOWS in Pennyburn will come to life with art this Saturday for the first Window Wanderland event.

Organised by the team at Pryde youth group, this special, open air art gallery has been led by the teenagers as part of an international campaign to bring some light into people’s lives during these darker days.

So the youngsters appealed to Pennyburn residents to sign up to take part.

They offered them start packs to decorate their windows, fences and their gardens, helping to transform them into their very own art installations.

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And this Saturday between 1pm and 8.30pm residents can walk about, look up and admire the art on show.

Kilwinning Councillor Donald Reid can’t wait to join the Window Wanderland this weekend and said: "Pryde have been working away to provide services in our community during these difficult times and this has to be appreciated.

"The slightly different style of event engages other communities and lets creative minds flow and I am sure as soon as they are allowed to host the event they will have us out walking the trail for what I am sure will be an amazing Window Wanderland."

Anyone planning to go along should maintain social distancing throughout their walk and stay within their household bubble.