A West Norfolk artist who has helped to transform outdoor areas across the borough is using her talents to offer free colouring activities.

A practising artist since 2000, Nicola Marray-Woods has been sharing her line drawings on social media using the hashtag #ColouringKingsLynn and posting a picture every day.

The drawings (example pictured), can be used for home-schooling or by anyone interested in mindfulness colouring. The pictures have been designed specifically for colouring and form part of an illustrated history scroll of King’s Lynn from 1204 to the present day.

Following some postivie responses, Mrs Marray-Woods is offering to email a free set of all 20 buildings to schools and any NHS and care settings which would like to use them.

The scroll can be viewed on Twitter and Instagram @NicolaMW_Artist

 It was developed as part of a project in collaboration with Historic England, in partnership with the Department for Education and Stories of Lynn, and supported by Norfolk Museums Service and West Norfolk Council.

Mrs Marray-Woods specialises in school, health and community projects, including murals and art workshops and has helped many local schools  transform their grounds, working with volunteers from Mars Food UK.